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  • Wednesday 17th December 2014

    Gullands opens new Gravesend office

    Gullands Solicitors is delighted to announce the expansion of its full range of services into North Kent with the opening of a new office in Gravesend. Over 70 members of the local business community and friends of the firm attended the official launch of the new office at 18 Stone Street in ...

  • Wednesday 17th December 2014

    Christmas doesn't always bring good cheer

    Every year the press will run stories about the first working day after the New Year being nicknamed “divorce day” by family lawyers. I would not necessarily think that there is one specific day, but certainly January is a peak time for new enquiries. Clearly, a marriage that is ...

  • Wednesday 17th December 2014

    Putting your family in safe hands

    With Christmas over we all turn to look towards a new year; a fresh start, new beginnings and a brighter future. You and your partner may have encountered some difficulties over the last year but Christmas has brought you and your family closer and together you have made the conscious ...

  • Wednesday 17th December 2014

    Upcoming changes in Employment Law

    With a General Election on the immediate horizon the view in my crystal ball is somewhat hazy. There are some issues which have already got to the point of no return but the long term view is less sure. The big issues this year: • The changes to parental leave, allowing parents ...

  • Wednesday 17th December 2014

    Gullands' Garden City Event

    Over 60 business leaders from Maidstone and the surrounding area gathered at Maidstone United Football Club’s Gallagher Stadium on Thursday 9 October 2014 for an informative and thought provoking breakfast seminar, hosted by Gullands Solicitors, on the development of garden cities. The ...

  • Wednesday 17th December 2014

    What happens if I don't leave a Will?

    It is estimated that over half of the adult population do not have a Will. The Inheritance and Trustees’ Powers Act 2014, which came into effect on 1 October, simplified the rules surrounding the division of the estate where the deceased did not leave a valid Will. However, they ...

  • Monday 15th December 2014

    Don't ignore the planners1

    In April 2014 the Government eased planning regulations through the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment and Consequential Provisions) (England) Order 2014 (GPDO) – allowing redundant agricultural buildings to be converted into new homes under what is known ...

  • Monday 27th October 2014

    ?OAR-some? Gullands staff support Dandelion Time

    Gullands were proud to have been one of the main corporate sponsors of Kent’s biggest charity indoor rowing event The Dandelion Time Rowathon: Marden to Monte Carlo. The Rowathon was organised by Maidstone charity Dandelion Time who support children that have been affected by harsh personal ...

  • Thursday 23rd October 2014

    Garden city seminar reveals overwhelming support from Maidstone?s business leaders

    Gullands Solicitors’ business leaders’ garden city breakfast seminar took place on Thursday 9 October 2014 at Maidstone United Football Club’s Gallagher Stadium. Over 60 business leaders gathered to debate and examine the relevance of a Maidstone garden city, with presentations ...

  • Thursday 2nd October 2014

    Employment status

    It is well known that there are three types of employment status, ‘employee’, ‘worker’ and ‘self employed contractor’ and that different rights and obligations arise depending on the status, but it can be difficult to categorise and this question troubles ...

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