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Dispute Resolution specialist Andrew Hornsby explains your options if a builder or other contractor you have hired goes bust before completing the work.

Free seminar: Safeguarding your home from care fees and planning for the future.

Wills, Trusts and Wealth Management specialist Jo Wild explains what happens if a Will is unsigned.

Criminal law specialist Sarah Acres discusses the plans to allow victims of crime to appeal CPS charging decisions.

Criminal law specialist Sarah Acres discusses the impact of the recent changes to police powers in relation to driving offences.

Employment lawyer Emma Carter explains your rights in relation to working hours.

HM Courts and Tribunals Service has confirmed that fees will be implemented in Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal from Monday 29 July 2013.

20% off all Wills for anyone using our residential conveyancing service to buy or sell property between 1st May 2013 and 31st October 2013.

Dispute resolution lawyer Andrew Hornsby explains your rights in relation to quotes and estimates.

Latest Q&A: Criminal Defence lawyer Sarah Acres explains what is a Notice of Intended Prosecution.

Well done to the 14 runners from TeamJess who took part in the Sheffield half marathon this week.  Hegarty Solicitors are proud to sponsor TeamJess who are running so Jess can walk.

Latest Q&A: Partner Kally Singh gives advice to small businesses on improving debt collection processes.

Tim Thompson, Chris Collier, Julie Bloodworth and Andrew Heeler.Changes to employment law, the benefits of employee share schemes and the taxation of termination payments were in the spotlight at our annual business breakfast seminar held in partnership with Rawlinsons Accountants.

Trust and Probate solicitor Jo Wild gives advice on updating an Enduring Power of Attorney to a Lasting Power of Attorney.

Trust and Probate solicitor Jo Wild gives advice on updating your Will.

Emma Carter explains your rights in relation to a proposed reduction to your salary.

Sean Rowcliffe gives advice on choosing a solicitor if you've been injured in a traffic collision.

Katherine Brown gives advice on Legal Aid in care proceedings.

Matthew Sidebottom gives advice on dealing with boundary disputes.

Jess HowardHegarty Solicitors is delighted to announce sponsorship of local running group TeamJess who are raising money to help four-year-old local girl Jessica Howard be able to walk.

As Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce spend their first days behind bars, they might be reflecting upon what they ought to have done when that Notice of Intended Prosecution dropped through their letterbox all those years ago. Anxious to avoid disqualification...

Opinion:  Litigation lawyer Matthew Sidebottom gives his view on Lord Neuberger’s comments, cuts to Legal Aid and what this means for the justice system in Peterborough. 

Hegarty Solicitors recently took part in Will Aid and are delighted to announce that we have raised £535 to date for the nine Will Aid charities. As part of the Will Aid campaign, we drew up basic Wills for local people without charging our usual...
Changes to the way legal advice is funded in 2013 will significantly reduce the number of people eligible to receive Legal Aid. From the 1st April 2013, the Government will no longer provide Legal Aid for those going through divorce and separation, or...

Emma Carter, Andrew Heeler, Nicholas Smith and Sam GibsonMore than 40 delegates from businesses across Stamford attended two free business breakfast seminars held by local firms Hegarty Solicitors and Duncan & Toplis last week. While delegates tucked into a tasty full English breakfast at the Crown Hotel in...