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Remember a Charity logoHegarty Solicitors is proud to be supporting the annual 'Remember a Charity' week (9-15 September) to encourage people to think about leaving a gift to charity in their Will.

Family lawyer Katherine Brown explains what to do if you were married abroad and subsequently want to divorce.

Martin and Lucy BloomHegarty Solicitors is pleased to announce the appointment of newly qualified solicitor Lucy Bloom, daughter of partner Martin Bloom, to its expanding Trust and Probate department.

Wills, Trusts and Wealth Management specialist Jo Wild explains the benefits of owning property as 'tenants-in-common' for Inheritance Tax planning purposes.

Family lawyer Katherine Brown explains how you can obtain a copy of your Decree Absolute.

Business in Peterborough appears to be well on the way to economic recovery, with a marked increase in mergers and acquisitions activity amongst local firms in the first half of 2013.  Peterborough-based law firm Hegarty Solicitors completed an...

Wills, Trusts and Wealth Management specialist Jo Wild explains why it may be a good idea to get a certificate from your GP before making or updating a Will if you are elderly, poorly or frail.

Criminal defence lawyer Sarah Acres explains the benefits of having solicitor representation at a police station if you are accused of a crime.

Solicitor Andrew Hornsby explains your options for resolving disputes over building work.

Solicitor Sarah Acres explains the totting up process.

Partner and debt recovery specialist Kally Singh explains your options if a business customer cannot pay their bill.

Employment Law specialist Emma Carter explains your options as an employer if you suspect a staff member of theft.

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 Dunne 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.