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Do I need Heads of Terms?

In a business or share sale, the heads of terms set out the road map of the transaction and the key commercial terms. What are Heads of Terms? Heads of terms (also known as letters of intent or memoranda of understanding) are a short document between a...

Who has Parental Responsibility?

Parental Responsibility means having all the rights, duties, powers, responsibilities and authorities which, by law, a parent of a child has in relation to the child and their property.  Certain important decisions in a child’s life require...

Divorcing somebody with a Narcissist personality

At George Green solicitors, our expert family team are very aware of the signs of narcissistic personality disorder in terms of divorce, finances and children matters .  Having the right solicitor to guide you through a divorce from a narcissist is...

What is a Joint Venture?

A joint venture is a common way of combining the resources and expertise of two (or more) otherwise unrelated companies. It is an arrangement, namely a Joint Venture Agreement , between two or more participants who agree to join together to achieve a...

Employment Law Bulletin - November 2021

Welcome There have been a number of gig economy cases examining whether individuals satisfy the definition of ‘worker’ under s230(3)(b) of the Employment Rights Act 1996. The latest case in front of the Court of Appeal, Stuart...

How do you apply for a Non-Molestation order?

A non-molestation order is used to protect victims of domestic violence .  The order prevents an abuser from ‘molesting’ the victim.  This extends to protecting from physical violence, messaging, stalking and harassment.  If this...

Tax: Preserve Family Wealth through a Family Investment Company

George Green solicitors have worked to deliver a tax efficient solution to preserving a family’s wealth through a Family Investment Company (FIC). Do you have clients who wish to achieve any of the following objectives? • Protect their...

Attracting and Retaining Employees: Potential "Skin in the Game"

Emerging out of the pandemic, businesses might want to consider how to reward, repay and incentivise existing employees, and also how to attract good quality candidates to enable and facilitate recovery plans. If preservation of cash will have greater...

Unfair prejudice: is a buyout order the only solution?

The recent case of Re Macom GmbH (UK) Ltd [2021] EWHC 1661 (Ch) highlights the wide discretion of the court when considering unfair prejudice. Even when a court decides that a party’s conduct constitutes unfair prejudice, it does not always order a...

Can I change the ownership of my property if we are separating?

When you own a property with someone, you can own it as joint tenants or tenants in common. If you own your property as joint tenants, you both have equal rights to the whole property and the other owner will automatically inherit the property regardless of...
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