The recent Daily Telegraph report on cuts to care services for the elderly highlights a persistent problem.
Many councils won’t pay for full needs and far too many people are paying for their own care when it should be funded by the state.
If you are concerned about care fees contact expert lawyer for the elderly Janelle Carter – Jones on 01792 310731
The Government has published its response to consultation on TUPE reforms. To a large extent it seems beneficial for employers. If you have any business concerns over TUPE or are considering transferring your business and you need full expert legal advice on employment issues contact Stuart Atherton on Swansea 450010
Legal firm Peter Lynn & Partners has announced their ongoing support and sponsorship of Swansea City Football Club.
Peter Lynn & Partners has been a leading sponsor for Swansea City Football Club throughout their 2012 and 2013 seasons. The Swansea-based team of solicitors and legal advisors signed yet another lucrative deal with SCFC.
“As a long standing supporter of SCFC, I am certain that the Swans are set for another exciting season and are therefore delighted to support the team once more,” said senior partner Peter Lynn.
“We aimed to be at the forefront of local support since our firm was established…
Swansea-based legal firm Peter Lynn and Partners has pledged their support to local fundraiser Ben Adams.
Ben plans to complete 13 challenges throughout 2013 for local charity, the John Hartson Foundation.
“We are proud to support Ben as he approaches his final challenges and hope that many more sponsors will help him reach his fundraising goal,” said senior partner Peter Lynn.
“Ben has already triumphed with a series of personal bests in 11 of the challenges. With two more challenges to go including “White Collar Boxing” at Oceana in December, he is asking locals and proud supporters of this testicular cancer awareness…
The BBC news channel carried the story in the press of a devoted Sikh who is suing his former employer for racial and religious discrimination after work colleagues interfered with his turban. If you have concerns regarding similar abuse either as employer or employee please contact Stuart Atherton on Swansea 450010.
Renting out your residential property or purchasing a buy-to-let investment presents a variety of exciting opportunities both financially and practically, however, many new landlords are unaware of the pitfalls that go hand-in-hand with a move into letting.
Tenancy deposit protection is one such minefield that has left many newbies and established landlords in hot water, despite being introduced as a compulsory measure back in 2007. However, with reams of legal jargon to decipher it’s easy to understand how the convenience of renting out your property can quickly turn into a troubling tale and a large legal bill.
Being aware of the…