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  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Win for charities in Inheritance case ruling

    It was her estranged daughter Mrs Heather Ilot who had challenged the Will. The mother and daughter had disagreed of Heather’s choice of husband and the estrangement lasted 25 years until Mrs Jackson’s death in 2004. Since then, the case has dragged on through the lower courts for a ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Get the best legal advice from Gullands' new Business Hub

    Gullands Solicitors offers a full range of legal services for businesses under the umbrella of our recently expanded Business Hub. Our team of experienced solicitors will work together to provide the best and most cost effective solutions to your legal needs. Whether you are just setting out on ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Typical life cycle of a business

    Gullands’ new Business Hub practices a wide range of business law – helping you and your business at every stage of its lifecycle. Inception On starting up a business, you need to consider whether you intend to operate as a sole trader, a traditional partnership, a limited ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Come on you Stones!

    Maidstone United’s rapid rise through the lower leagues into the Vanarama National League has astounded many people, but the last five years have seen fantastic success for the club and Gullands is delighted to be a major sponsor during this period and beyond. The club has ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Gullands - joint seminar with Base Quantum

    Gullands is co-hosting a free seminar with Base Quantum on construction payment disputes and how to avoid them. The seminar takes place on Thursday 18 May, from 4pm at Maidstone United Football Club. David Brown, partner and head of the construction department at Gullands will be joined by Daniel ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Major overhaul of licensing laws proposed

    The Chair of the House of Lords inquiry into the Licensing Act 2003 has described the current legislation as ‘fundamentally flawed’ and in a report published 4 April 2017, it has recommended a number of proposals to help to fix it. The ten-month inquiry has seen the Government, police, ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Gullands' Andrew Clarke takes centre stage in mock trial

    Gullands’ Associate Andrew Clarke took part in a mock trial at the Kent County Show Ground on 22 March 2017 for members of the Institute Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), Europe’s leading body representing those working in these areas. The trial centred on the civil claim of an ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Agri Expo 2017

    If you are visiting Agri Expo 2017 on Wednesday 1 March at the Kent Showground, pop along to our stand for a chat. We will have experts on hand who can discuss a range of rural legal issues affecting your farm business, from construction law, health and safety, regulatory law, commercial ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Growing your new business for success

    All businesses have to start somewhere, so to help guide them on their way, Gullands is co-hosting a free seminar and panel discussion for entrepreneurs and start up business owners in their first five years of operation, looking at the latest financial and legal considerations that may lie ...

  • Friday 5th May 2017

    Important painting returned to Mote Park

    Blair Gulland, Chairman of Gullands Solicitors has helped to ensure the return of a very important painting of Viscount Bearsted to Mote Park, Maidstone in his role as Trustee of the Maidstone Trust. Marcus Samuel, Viscount Bearsted was a very important name in British Commerce during the latter ...

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