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Extremely impressed with Cheryl Allen and Ben Roberts professionalism, advice and help. They made the purchase of our house as stress free as possible even though they both were under extreme pressure for us to complete within tight timescales. A massive thanks to both of them !!!!

Mr & Mrs C, Ravenshead

Very helpful, friendly staff. Always available to offer advice.

Ms M, Stanton Hill

I was treated in an astoundingly friendly manner at all times, and would recommend your company and staff wholeheartedly.

Mrs W, Forest Town

Extremely happy with the services provided.

Mr & Mrs C, Newbold

Mark Bilton was excellent in every way.

Mr & Mrs H, Mansfield

Excellent friendly but professional service from beginning to end. Huge thank you to Mark Bilton.

Mr S & Ms N, Tibshelf

Very satisfied with service provided.

Mr & Mrs S, Mansfield

Brilliant service; always happy to help and very supportive. Wouldn't go anywhere else for what you offer.

Mrs S, Rainworth
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Health & Wellbeing in The Workplace

As an employer, you will know just how important the wellbeing of your staff can be, but it’s not always easy to implement. At a recent ‘Listen & Learn’ event in Chesterfield, Banner Jones Solicitors’ Employment Law team discussed the importance of having a wellbeing focus in the workplace and, in this article, Head of Employment Law, Katie Ash focusses on the methods of best practice when it comes to ensuring that strategies are all encompassing and effectively implemented.

Katie Ash
Employment Law, Employment Law
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Online Probate – is it always a viable option to take?

Earlier in the year it was announced that a new online service to apply for probate would be introduced. This meant that those applying for probate could do so from the comfort of their own home, potentially negating the need for involvement from a solicitor.

Hello…, is it MEES you’re looking for?

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard ("MEES") came into force in England and Wales on 1 April 2018 by virtue of the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015.

The Future of Divorce

It has recently been announced that couples in England and Wales will eventually be able to file for a ‘no fault’ divorce, meaning that couples who simply grow apart, no longer have to find ‘blame’ to bring the marriage to an end.

It is thought that this reform in divorce law will help to reduce family conflict and, in some cases, could speed up divorce proceedings. With these changes, alongside the introduction of the Ministry of Justice online divorce platform it is thought that divorce will become much quicker and easier for many couples in the future.

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