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  • Do cyclists really need insurance?

    Do cyclists really need insurance?

    Although it isn’t a legal requirement, we would always advocate that cyclists take out insurance. Whether you’re a regular commuter, a leisure rider or a cycling aficionado, a minimum of third party insurance is always advisable. Last… Read More

  • What should I know about chancel repair liability?

    What should I know about chancel repair liability?

    ‘Chancel repair liability’ is an archaic law requiring some property owners to contribute to the cost of repairing a medieval church. The ‘chancel’ is the area around the altar in a parish church. The obligation to pay is attached to… Read More

  • Celebrating a 50 year long-service award

    Celebrating a 50 year long-service award

    We’re very proud to be celebrating a unique long-service award. Solicitor John Field has become our longest-serving team member, reaching 50 years’ long-service this February. John joined Emsleys (which was then known as Emsleys… Read More

  • Do I need a lawyer when marrying abroad?

    Do I need a lawyer when marrying abroad?

    What better day than Valentine’s Day to write about marrying abroad? If you’re dreaming of a sunnier (or snowier!) location for your nuptials instead of the British Isles, you need to make sure you’re organised in advance. Foreign… Read More

  • Five tips for travelling in wintry conditions

    Five tips for travelling in wintry conditions

    It’s the first day of February and the weather has definitely turned, with snow and ice affecting driving conditions across the UK. Unfortunately road traffic accidents are more common at this time of year, so we’ve put together some… Read More