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Given Covid-19’s profound impact on working patterns and pressures, Harrowells’ Gillian Markland explains what employers are legally obliged to do in relation to employee wellbeing:

https://www.harrowells.co.uk/site/blog/employment-blog/employee-wellbeing-what-are-businesses-legally-obliged-to-do

Becca Laffan at Harrowells flags that you should gather together relevant financial information and seek professional advice before discussing how assets should be divided upon divorce:

https://www.harrowells.co.uk/site/blog/divorce-blog/what-financial-information-is-required-before-divorce-settlement

Recent news reports regarding a woman who was detained by the Police after she removed her 97-year-old mother, who has dementia, from her care home highlights the importance of having a Health and Welfare LPA in place:

https://www.harrowells.co.uk/site/blog/care-and-health-blog/Power-of-Attorney-for-health-and-care-decisions-is-a-good-idea

Jenni Bartram highlights that, in the debate about registering lost byways, we need to consider the wider impacts on farming activity and rural communities more generally

https://www.harrowells.co.uk/site/blog/farming-blog/registration-of-lost-byways-and-the-potential-impact-on-farming


Ella Dodgson explains that a combination of Covid-19 pressures on relationships and the proposed introduction of 'no fault' divorce may see a rise in rates of separation and divorce during the year ahead.

https://www.harrowells.co.uk/site/blog/divorce-blog/will-divorce-rates-rise-in-2021