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Simon Steele-Williams of Coles Miller

Challenging A Will - Beware Of Forgery

Forgery of wills is rare but families should always remain vigilant, warn solicitors at Coles Miller after a recent court case. The case in Worcester - in which a woman and her ex-husband received suspended prison sentences for forging her dying partner's will - highlights the importance of being wary.

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Catharine Geddes, Partner, Lester Aldridge

What are the changes for holiday entitlement and pay?

The Employment team at Lester Aldridge comprises specialist lawyers across Dorset and Hampshire. Catharine Geddes, Partner, looks at the ever-evolving area of holiday entitlement and holiday pay.

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Technology licensing - things to consider

Technology licensing by David Ashplant, Partner, Lester Aldridge

If you are considering licensing your technology here are some things to be thinking about: Exclusivity - your licensee is likely to want exclusivity as he will be investing in production and selling. In which countries will you give him exclusivity and are there customers in those markets you would still want to be able to sell to?

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Kay Levene

Surge in divorce enquiries after the festive period

Dorset and Somerset solicitors firm, Humphries Kirk, has witnessed a surge in divorce enquiries in January following the festive period. The number of people contacting the firm's family law solicitors has risen and national trends reflect this. Recent figures from the Office for National Statistics claim that 42 per cent of all marriages end in divorce.

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