24th March 2020 In Blog

Covid-19 and Your Employment

Staff across the country are starting to worry about their next paycheck amid the fast coronavirus outbreak in the UK. While some jobs can be performed from home, many companies are facing the risk of closing down their…

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13th September 2019 In Blog

Are you thinking of a Living Together ( Cohabitation) Agreement?

A living together or cohabitant agreement is a legal document that allows unmarried couples who live together to secure their finances. Not only it can clarify how you intend to maintain your everyday expenses while you live together,…

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30th August 2019 In Blog

What can a Prohibited Steps Order do?

Issued by the Court, a Prohibited Steps Order (PSO) prevents a parent from carrying out certain activities relating to a child. It can be useful when parents face specific issues or are unable to agree on their children’s…

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28th June 2019 In Blog

Denise Pinder Joins MWG’S Family Law Department

Denise Pinder a well renowned family law executive in Manchester has joined mwg’s family law department. Denise brings an abundance of experience and will be an integral part of the family law department at mwg. Denise has particular…

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10th August 2018 In Blog

Akhter v Khan: Caution Advised. We are yet to see the best of all possible worlds.

Introduction  In their 1759 satirical assault on the naïve optimism of the philosophy of enlightenment, Candide, ou l’Optimisme, Voltaire pits optimism directly against misfortune. If this is the best of all possible worlds, they ask, what then are…

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5th April 2018 In Blog

MWG Solicitors Saving Lives

MWG Solicitors became the latest local business to support a lifesaving initiative aimed at protecting local communities against the threat of cardiac arrest. The partners of the firm working along with Lifepad solutions have sponsored the latest defibrillator…

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14th November 2017 In Blog

Uber’s appeal rejected in the Employment Tribunal

We are pleased to announce that a landmark decision has been made against Uber. The Employment Tribunal has decided that Uber drivers are workers and therefore entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay. MWG Solicitors in association with…

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