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Our latest trainee solicitor

We are delighted to announce that Alka Khalid has now become the firm’s latest Trainee Solicitor, with over 5 years working in the legal field and most recently performing her role as a family executive lawyer at Ellis Hass & Co we are happy to be supporting Alka with her legal career progression. Alka was

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Civil Partnerships, why choose one over marriage or cohabitation?

In June 2018, following a landmark decision by the Courts, it was announced that, soon, heterosexual couples will be able to legally enter into a Civil Partnerships if they prefer that over a marriage. At the moment, until this law is implemented, only same-sex couples can enter into a Civil Partnership. This change, which is

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Compensation win against Solihull barbers

Our recent compensation win against Solihull barbers, Kings Barbers Club highlights that despite almost ruining our clients wedding day and potentially the couples wedding photos many establishments often contest cases against them despite overwhelming evidence On the 17th June 2016 the day before his wedding, Mr M went into a local Solihull barbers shop for

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What is a lasting power of attorney?

What is a lasting power of attorney? A Lasting Power of Attorney enables you to choose who you want to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf either now or in the future should you become unable to make them yourself. Have you ever thought what would happen if you became

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Ellis Hass Overturn Pensions Ombudsman Decision For Former Police Officers

Former Police Officers Overturn Pensions Ombudsman Decision in the High Court for Today marks another Ellis Hass & Co victory after successfully overturning a pensions ombudsman decision in the High Court for pension misstatements. Mr Justice Morgan delivered an important judgement in the Chancery Division today, Corsham and Others v Police and Crime Commissioner for

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Law change makes co-operative divorces fast – EH Solicitors

At long last, the government has today confirmed that divorcing couples will no longer have to wait two years to divorce by agreement, the change introducing a no-fault divorce will making co-operative divorces fast, straight forward and more amicable in many situations. We have heard fantastic news today that divorce law in England and Wales

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