This month, Woodfines Solicitors look at the important update to the Trust Registration Service (TRS) and any action needed by Trustees to avoid a penalty Introduced as part of the...
In November 2021, the Government announced that the UK would enjoy an additional bank holiday to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The additional bank holiday will take place on Friday 3 June 2022, and – as...
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A Bedford man is asking others to contact him if they've had bad experiences with a solicitor who he made complaints against in 2019. In 2019, George Hodges' 85-year-old...
Using a mobile phone while driving
A significant step to improving road safety and cracking down on hand-held mobile phone use whilst driving was implemented on 25 March 2022. In short, the Police will no longer be required to prove that a...
Despite the menopause being a natural part of the ageing process for half of the world’s population, societal understanding of the condition and its symptoms remains sadly limited....
The New Homes Quality Code (the “Code”) champions the quality of new homes by strengthening the current protections that exist for buyers...
Having a grandchild is a joy and a privilege that many grandparents cherish above all else. But what if you are denied the right to see your grandchild? Contrary to what...
The Woodfines Solicitors Road Transport team were delighted to host their 16th Transport Conference at the Imperial War Museum Duxford on Thursday 25 November...
Commercial tenants have been protected against eviction due to non-payment of rent since April 2020. Originally due to end in September that same year, the moratorium has...
Emily Havard
Having been awarded a Training Contract, I was overjoyed and a little apprehensive about beginning at Woodfines, like all people starting a new job. The global pandemic was not...
With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme drawing to a close at the end of September, many employers are facing some difficult decisions, writes Natasha Moore of Woodfines Solicitors...
A recent ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) held that an employer can have a neutral dress policy preventing workers from wearing any political, philosophical or religious signs...