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Lesley Knight explains what happens to child maintenance payments should a parent re-marry.

From April 2016, the National Living Wage will apply to workers aged 25 and over and will replace the National Minimum Wage for these workers.

Blissfully loved-up couples planning on tying the knot this year should change their will to reflect their new circumstances.

Hegarty Solicitors is proud to sponsor ‘The Children’s Protector’, a national child self-protection system created by MANTIS (Manage Any Nasty Trouble In Society).

Jo Wild explains the process for making a statutory will.

Increased protection for zero hours workers with the Exclusivity Terms in Zero Hours Contracts (Redress) Regulations 2015.

Chris Brown explains the legal aspects of changing a child's surname.

We will be exhibiting at the Help to Buy Spring Roadshow in Leicester. Come along and say hello!

Ashley Sutherland explains your rights when returning faulty goods ordered online.

Graham Peebles explains chancel repair liability.

Jo Wild explains the importance of making a Will.

Chris Brown discusses permission needed for a father wishing to take a child on holiday abroad.

Ashley Sutherland advises on re-branding and changing the name of a limited company.

Claire Clarke talks about what you should consider before your appointment to make a Will

Chris Brown, solicitor in the Family Law department, discusses the rights of unmarried couples.

Julia Weber has recently joined Hegarty Solicitors and is based at their Oakham office.

Chris Brown achieves Resolution accredited specialist status.

Lesley Knight gives advice on arranging Christmas contact.

Andrew Hornsby explains your rights when returning goods to a company in liquidation.

Martin Bloom discusses redundancy whilst on maternity leave.

Martin Bloom gives some advice for employers regarding social media use in the workplace.

Martin Bloom explains the right to request flexible working

Martin Bloom explains the Acas Early Conciliation Scheme process

Graham Peebles explains the difference between joint tenants and tenants in common.

Rachel Strong explains what a Shared Residence Order is.