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Dec 30 2016

PETER LYNN AND PARTNERS DONATES £2,500 TO TŶ HAFAN

Rebecca Chick and Peter Lynn

Leading regional law firm Peter Lynn and Partners has donated £2,500 to Welsh based children’s hospice Tŷ Hafan.

Tŷ Hafan is one of the UK’s leading paediatric palliative care charities and offers care to children and support for their families throughout Wales and has been the charity of choice for the law firm for the last year.

Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at the firm commented “We are proud to raise funds for this worthwhile charity and after visiting the hospital recently, we have seen first hand the great work the team at Tŷ Hafan do for families and children with palliative care needs”.

Having been involved in a number of Tŷ Hafan events including the Rainbow Run and the recent Gatsby Ball in Swansea, the firm actively seeks to raise funds frequently and offer their support wherever possible.

Rebecca Chick, Corporate Partnership Manager at Tŷ Hafan, said: “We’re so grateful to Peter Lynn…

Dec 20 2016

Thinking of an Exit Strategy From Your Business?

Peter Lynn

IF YOU ARE A COMPANY DIRECTOR AND ARE THINKING OF YOUR EXIT STRATEGY, ENSURE YOU SEEK SOUND LEGAL ADVICE.

Whether you founded the business, worked your way up from the shop floor or joined as a Director, when it comes to an exit strategy, you need a law firm you can trust to obtain the best result for both you and the business.

There are many ways a person can leave a business however there are multiple considerations to ensure the way in which you leave is handled in a manner that doesn’t damage the business and is structured to prevent…

Dec 13 2016

Divorce Involving Significant Assets

Sara Plant

Divorces can sometimes be amicable with both parties reaching an understanding on how aspects of the marriage such as homes, child access and assets can be allocated in a quick and agreeable manner.

Many divorces however can turn in to bitter battles; especially when there are significant assets involved which both parties stake a claim to. Add in an allegation of infidelity and the whole process is not just painful and distressing for all concerned, it can be an extremely costly affair.

Where Peter Lynn and Partners offer a true unique skill is our experience of dealing with high value, complex…

Dec 7 2016

Peter Lynn and Partners Advises on £500k Company Sale.

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Nia Godsmark, Company & Commercial Solicitor at leading regional law firm Peter Lynn and Partners has overseen the sale of a prestigious estate agency in the Midlands.

The firm, which cannot be named due to a confidentiality agreement, is well established and recognised in the sector with over 40 franchised offices nationwide.

Nia Godsmark commented “The owner of 3 franchised offices in the Cotswolds, Midlands and Oxfordshire was considering exit strategies and approached us to orchestrate a sale that benefited all parties concerned”.

The main aim of the deal was to provide a seamless sale that enabled the seller and purchaser to…

Dec 6 2016

Beware The Legal Pitfalls Of The Office Christmas Party

Stuart Atherton

With the festive season upon us, it’s a time of year that can sometimes result in at best, an embarrassing apology but at worst, a legal case in the New Year. The grey area surrounding Christmas parties is “who is legally responsible?”, especially if the party takes place out of normal hours and away from the workplace.

For the sake of clarity, the position is that if there is a work connection as to the social event then the liability for any damages, insults or discrimination for any workforce misdemeanours stands a good chance of landing at the employer’s door…

Dec 4 2016

Avoiding The Pitfalls Of Divorce

Philippa Buckland

The importance of a correctly drafted divorce petition only becomes apparent when divorce proceedings are delayed because the wrong or insufficient information has been provided to the court.

Some people think that they could manage to prepare their own divorce petition – it is a simple legal document after all, but it contains many pitfalls that the inexperienced would not necessarily notice.

Firstly the divorce petition must exactly mirror the information contained on the marriage certificate and the original certificate must be provided to the court along with the divorce papers.

The statement of case within the divorce petition is very important…