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Wealth Management Event

How should you structure your affairs to fund your retirement or later life care? What is the best way to legitimately protect your wealth from taxation and secure it for future generations? Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors, together with the Beaufort… Read more...

Wills: Planning for the Future in the Digital Age

Wills have been in the news recently. Figures suggest around 40% of adults do not have a valid Will in place.  This means a significant proportion of the population rely on the intestacy rules to dictate how their assets are… Read more...

Break Clauses – Avoiding the Traps!

A break clause can be included in a fixed term commercial property lease allowing either the landlord or the tenant (or sometimes both) to terminate the lease early by giving a period of prior notice. Whether you are the landlord… Read more...

Legal 500 recommends 20 firm lawyers

Clifton Ingram has once again been recommended in the 2017 edition of the Legal 500, with 20 lawyers getting a specific mention. For 30 years The Legal 500 has independently reviewed the expertise of lawyers across the UK and recommends… Read more...

GDPR – Get ready as it’s not long now…

We first mentioned the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to our clients back 2016 and now it’s just over six months away. The GDPR will replace the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) as the prevailing legislation in the UK for… Read more...

Clifton Ingram raises over £875 for charity in a week

Clifton Ingram has had a great charity drive in September, raising over £875 for three charities in just over a week The partners and staff from Clifton Ingram’s Wokingham and Reading offices took part in three charity events: Jeans for… Read more...

Residential Landlord & Tenant Event

This free seminar is a must attend event for any residential landlord who wants to be kept up-to-date with the crucial areas of landlord and tenant law and tax, enabling you to protect yourself against financial risk and ensure your… Read more...

Employment Tribunal fees unlawful rules Supreme Court

Unison’s efforts succeeded today when the Supreme Court ruled that the Tribunal fees system was unlawful and also potentially discriminatory. Since July 2013, employees who wanted to bring claims against their employers in Employment Tribunal have had to pay fees… Read more...

Government review into employment practices

The results of a long-awaited Government review into employment practices were released in July in ‘Good Work: The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices’. The review does not recommend a wholesale change in the law but it does propose various… Read more...

London to Bristol Charity Bike Ride

On Thursday 20th July 2017, over 20 cyclists from Just Eat, a leading global marketplace for online food delivery, will ride via Clifton Ingram Solicitors in Wokingham for their first pit stop of a 200 km charity bike ride. The… Read more...