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26 November, 2020

Raworths Solicitors becomes business partner of Ripon Cathedral

Raworths Solicitors is delighted to unveil a new business partnership with Ripon Cathedral. The alliance means that Raworths will be playing a vital part in supporting the preservation and development...

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12 November, 2020

Keeping your workforce agile and within the law

The viability of many businesses is on a knife edge and flexibility in scaling the workforce up or down at short notice has become increasingly important. For many employers, keeping...

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12 November, 2020

Unmarried couples who are separating – what happens to your property?

When deciding to live together, understandably many unmarried couples do not think about what would happen with their property if their relationship came to an end. However, when relationships do...

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29 October, 2020

Literature Brought To Life With Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival

The first ever digital Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival has been hailed a great success, attracting thousands of viewers to the free programme of events. The Festival, which this year was...

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22 October, 2020

Top tier recognition for Raworths in Chambers UK legal guide

Raworths has maintained strong recognition across all its practice areas in Chambers UK legal guide, including top tier rankings for Employment and Family teams. Chambers UK is one of the...

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22 October, 2020

Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival: inspiring quotes

Festivals provide light, excitement and bring the town to life.  Books provide inspiration. As part of this year's digital Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival, we asked colleagues if they have positive...

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16 October, 2020

Bringing literature to life in lights – Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival 2020

Literature was brought to life in lights, in Harrogate this evening (15 October 2020). To celebrate the power of the arts, and the upcoming digital Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival, Harrogate...

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13 October, 2020

We need to talk about….death

At the outbreak of covid-19, there was some surprise that the government included solicitors specialising in wills on the list of key workers, but in those early months we were...

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13 October, 2020

Seven pitfalls to avoid when making redundancies

As the Chancellor’s coronavirus job retention scheme enters its final phase and the prospect of a return to normal business seems distant for many companies, some employers are having to...

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9 October, 2020

Selling your home? Make sure you’re ready!

The stamp duty holiday has led to a surge in activity for the housing market in the last few months. Whilst this activity has been welcomed in the aftermath of...

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1 October, 2020

Raworths receives recognition in latest Legal 500 UK Guide

Raworths continues to enhance its reputation for excellence following its recommendation in 8 areas of law by the Legal 500 Guide, published online this week.  In addition, a total of...

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28 September, 2020

Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival 2020 goes digital

The first-ever digital Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival will bring writers and readers together for one long weekend this October: Friday 23 to Sunday 25 October.  This year’s Festival will continue...

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15 September, 2020

Black Lives Matter: bringing change to the workplace

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter demonstrations, there is increased momentum in addressing racial inequalities at work. But this is against a backdrop of significant and long-standing barriers...

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17 July, 2020

Raworths receives ‘standout’ ranking in Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide

Chambers and Partners, the leading publication which ranks legal firms nationwide, has awarded Raworths its highest level of Tier 1 in its High Net Worth Guide 2020, a key publication...

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13 July, 2020

What does the Stamp Duty holiday mean for me?

On 8 July the government announced a Stamp Duty holiday for residential property purchases with immediate effect (8 July) until 31 March 2021. Kelly Buckle-Fleming, our residential property expert takes...

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3 July, 2020

It shouldn’t take a pandemic to make you think about your Will

Katie Watts explains why everyone should have this important document in place. The current coronavirus pandemic and enforced lockdown have given some people the time to think about putting their...

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9 June, 2020

Providing for your pets The Aristocats way!

I’m spending lockdown with a toddler which means constantly being on the go and coming up with ways to entertain him. We’re trying to make lots of nice memories as...

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27 April, 2020

Changes to the Intestacy Provisions – the consequences of not making a Will

The ‘Intestacy Provisions’ are a set of rules which set out how your estate will be divided amongst your relatives if you die without making a Will. These rules essentially...

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24 April, 2020

Harrogate Film Festival launches #StayAtHomeShorts initiative

Harrogate Film Festival is bringing the cinema to you during the Coronavirus lockdown with its new scheme #StayAtHomeShorts starting Friday 24 April 2020 where they will publish a short film...

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16 April, 2020

Entrepreneurs’ Relief – an update

The Budget 2020 on 11 March seems like a lifetime ago, despite being only last month. One of the biggest changes introduced by the Budget was to Entrepreneurs’ Relief, which,...

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6 April, 2020

The changes to employment law so far…

2020 has been an unprecedented and challenging time so far due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing restrictions imposed by the Government.  Most employers are unable to operate their...

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6 April, 2020

Testamentary freedom in soapland

If like most people you are in social isolation at the moment, you may have been using this time to catch up on the latest storylines in the soap world....

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19 March, 2020

Harrogate Film Festival delivers a great programme of events in 2020

This year's Harrogate Film Festival was bigger than ever, growing to a ten-day event across two weekends.  Raworths is proud to continue supporting this young and exciting Festival, having sponsored...

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27 February, 2020

New appointment to meet increased demand at Raworths Solicitors

Raworths Solicitors has announced the appointment of Adam Colville-Robins who has joined the Dispute Resolution team as solicitor, to meet a growing demand for the department’s services. Adam has worked...

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18 February, 2020

The rise of the blended family: how to plan for the future

In recent years, the term blended families has had increased media exposure. Blended families occur when two people get married, perhaps for the second or third time, usually later in...

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17 February, 2020

Are you buying, selling or leasing a commercial property? Get the ‘Heads of Terms’ right!

If you’re involved in a commercial property transaction then it’s advisable to have proper Heads of Terms (HOTS) in place from the outset. These documents are important in that they...

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4 February, 2020

What is collaborative law and could it work for me? A Royal solution.

Collaborative Law, as the name implies, means working with a former partner towards a common goal, rather than approaching matters in a positional and adversarial way. Trying to reach an...

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3 February, 2020

But you promised me the farm… avoiding family conflict in a farming business

As head of a family farming business one would imagine you had already planned for succession by making a will, having a business structure in place and ensuring that the...

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28 January, 2020

Raworths appoints Vision Support as Charity of the Year

Raworths Solicitors has nominated Vision Support Harrogate District as their Charity of the Year in 2020. Staff at the Solicitors firm voted to fundraise for the organisation which provides help...

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27 January, 2020

Shareholders’ agreements – what you need to know

Shareholders' agreements are strongly recommend in closely held companies to regulate the affairs of the company and the relationship of the shareholders.  There are a number of provisions one would...

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27 January, 2020

Harrogate Film Festival returns with bumper line-up

Raworths is delighted to once again be sponsoring the Harrogate Film Festival this March. Returning for its fourth year, 2020’s line up promises to be a treat with a bigger...

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23 January, 2020

Family Mediation – what is it?

During Family Mediation Week (20-24 January 2020) Jo Lofthouse looks at the role Mediation can play in a divorce During the first couple of months of a New Year, many...

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20 January, 2020

What are ‘Riparian Rights’ and what do landowners need to be aware of?

Riparian rights are those that a landowner has if his/her land adjoins a watercourse or has a watercourse flowing through or within it. Given the ever more common floods and...

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9 January, 2020

Raworths beat fundraising target for local homeless charity

Raworths Solicitors has smashed its fundraising target by making a total donation to the Harrogate Homeless Project (HHP) of £6,000 following a two-year partnership with the local charity. The firm,...

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2 January, 2020

Future Proofing your Mental Capacity

Mental capacity is in the news a lot, whether it’s a discussion about our ageing population or an increase in people living with dementia. But is there anything you can...

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17 December, 2019

‘Tis the season to behave – an Employer’s guide to Christmas

The BBC has reported that Lloyd’s of London have been told to behave during the Christmas season after a survey it commission revealed that 8% of its workers said that...

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5 December, 2019

Local solicitor packing a punch for charity

Ryan Dhinsa, a property solicitor at Raworths, will be swapping his shirt and tie for boxing gloves when he steps into a boxing ring at the Majestic Hotel. Taking place...

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