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  • Wednesday 4th April 2012

    Gullands joins Big Society Co-operative legal panel

    Gullands has been appointed to a three strong legal panel to provide a range of legal services to affiliate and member organisations in Kent. The firm has joined The Big Society Cooperative (BSC), which was last month awarded £600,000 under the Government’s Transforming Local ...

  • Tuesday 3rd April 2012

    Case study: solving difficulties with a landlord

    The Gullands MySolicitor scheme is helping people deal with everything from ordinary everyday problems. With more people deciding to rent a home rather than dipping their toe into the housing market and the numbers and types of landlords increasing, for example, tenants need more than ever to be ...

  • Monday 2nd April 2012

    MySolicitor celebrates first birthday

    Now a year old, the Gullands MySolicitor discount scheme is going from strength to strength and proving a success for both employers and their staff. Practice Manager at Gullands, Paul Mannering, who leads the scheme explained: “MySolicitor is a benefit offered by employers that entitles you ...

  • Monday 12th March 2012

    The Gullands guide to motoring offences

    For most people the mere sight of someone being spoken to by the police on the side of the road prompts them to slow down and consider how they would feel if they were in the same position. The penalties if convicted of a very serious traffic offence can be high. For example, causing death by ...

  • Monday 12th December 2011

    Gullands joins Gravesend Gurdwara celebrations

    A delegation from Gullands Solicitors was invited to attend the ceremonial opening of the new £14 million Gurdwara Sikh temple in Gravesend in May. Work began on the place of worship in 2002. A major landmark, the Shri Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara is now one of the largest in ...

  • Sunday 11th December 2011

    Landlords must supply deposit protection information

    Most landlords who have tenants on assured shorthold tenancies will be aware of their obligations to tenants, with regard to the protection of their deposits and the provision of information. The obligations took effect on 6th April 2007 but can catch assured shorthold tenancy agreements ...

  • Saturday 10th December 2011

    Five minutes with Head of Residential Conveyancing Alan Williams

    When did you join Gullands? I joined Gullands in December 2010 having previously been a Partner at Slater Heelis in Cheshire. Describe a typical day for you? Work typically starts around 8:30am reviewing emails that have come in since finishing work the previous day. When the incoming post has ...

  • Friday 9th December 2011

    Divorce: are assets received an asset of a marriage?

    When a married couple with children is getting divorced and the financial arrangements are being considered, first consideration must be given to “the welfare while a minor of any child of the family who has not attained the age of eighteen”. In a recent case, the extent to which this ...

  • Thursday 8th December 2011

    Gullands receives high praise in legal industry bible

    Gullands has been praised for its consistently high levels of service in legal industry bible The Legal 500. In its 24th year The Legal 500 independently reviews the performance of solicitors ...

  • Wednesday 7th December 2011

    Eight common Christmas employment dilemmas

    Christmas can sometimes be a challenging time in the workplace. Here the Gullands Employment team answers some common questions that it is asked at this time of the year. Can staff be asked to take annual leave when a business is closed over Christmas? The best way to deal with ...

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