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Ministry of Justice announced an Office of Public Guardian fee refund scheme

The Ministry of Justice have announced an Office of Public Guardian fee refund scheme for Lasting Powers of Attorney. Many people can now claim a refund for their Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) application fee if they made a LPA or an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) application at the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) between 1st April 2013 …

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Bridge Opening 2017

During the floods on December 2017 the bridge over the river Wharfe in Tadcaster partially collapsed, this was a devastating time for the town as it tore the community in two. After a long 13 months the bridge was finally reopened on the 3rd February 2017. On the 19th of February a day of celebration took place in Tadcaster, this …

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Suzgo Kaluluma, comments on Unfair Constructive Dismissal

Employment Law specialist, Suzgo Kaluluma, comments on Unfair Constructive Dismissal and the high profile ‘Apprentice Case’ – English v Amshold Group Ltd (2013) The Press is buzzing in the aftermath of the high profile Employment case brought by the 2010 winner of the BBC television program, The Apprentice, against Lord Alan Sugar’s company Amshold Group Ltd (English v Amshold Group …

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Bromets acquire Freeman & Co Divorce and Family Solicitors in Wetherby

Bromets Solicitors opens its doors for the first time in Wetherby on Tuesday 2nd April, after purchasing the established Wetherby divorce and family solicitors firm, Freeman & Co, and taking over their office on North Street. Having worked alongside Freeman & Co for a number of years, Bromets Solicitors are delighted to announce the merge and to welcome divorce and family law …

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Marriage, Co-Habitation and the ‘Common Law’ myth

  That the Marriage Foundation chose to publish the results of their research into divorce rates so close to Valentine’s Day may just be co-incidental but it does shatter some of the myths that the divorce rate is increasing.  According to this research, divorce rates for couples after they have been married for 10 years or more have stayed more …

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Bromets Solicitors raise money for Jeans for Genes

Staff at Bromets took part in Genes for Jeans day on 5th October 2012. Jeans for Genes raises funds for children and families affected by genetic disorders in the UK and Bromets were happy to be involved in raising money for such a worthy cause. Trading their usual smart attire for a look a little more comfortable, staff, clients and local business …

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Bromets Solicitors secure CQS mark

Bromets Solicitors secures Law Society’s new Conveyancing Quality mark!! We are very pleased to announce that we have secured membership to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme – the mark of excellence for the home buying process. Our firm underwent rigorous assessment by the Law Society in order to secure CQS status, which marks the firm out as meeting high …

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