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Shelley Faulkner, Solicitor at AMD Solicitors, Bristol Read our story

Shelley Faulkner’s blog - Private Client Law

May 2014  - A blog by any other name ... (oh, and the discretionary trust)
Alison Articles Read our story

How to Protect Yourself if you Break Up with your Unmarried Partner

Alison Dukes, a trained collaborative family lawyer with over 20 years’ experience, discusses the benefits of a cohabitation agreement.
Family Dept Read our story

Will Prenuptials Become Legally Binding?

Divorce has traditionally been a messy experience for all concerned. The law has been unclear, making financial outcomes difficult to predict. Presently, prenuptial agreements provide some protection for assets, however courts are not obliged to enforce them.
Phil Articles Read our story

Will Lower Speed Limits in Bristol affect the Operator Licensing Industries?

Bristol City Council is rolling out a city-wide 20mph zone in an attempt to make the streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists. The decision was taken following a pilot scheme in 2012 and despite receiving a mixed reception to the proposals will be completed by March 2015.
Shelley Faulkner, Solicitor at AMD Solicitors, Bristol Read our story

The gift that pays for itself

How leaving money to charity can save you Inheritance Tax
Commercial Dept Read our story

What does the new Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery Process mean for Landlords?

Rebecca Scadding of AMD Solicitors discusses the Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery process that is being introduced in April 2014.   
Anne Thist Articles Read our story

Understanding Financial Provision

Anne Thistlethwaite, trained mediator and family law specialist at AMD Solicitors, provides an insight into the world of financial provision during divorce proceedings brought about by a relationship breakdown.