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Business Acquisitions – What You Need to Know

Posted on November 28th 2023

When considering the acquisition of a business, the onus is on the Buyer to investigate the target company thoroughly before acquiring it, rather than on the Seller to volunteer problems which may exist within their businesses. Consequently, this creates an imbalance in power whereby the...

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Buying or Selling a Business – the Primary Considerations

Posted on November 27th 2023

When looking to buy or sell a business one of the primary considerations is whether the sale is to be a be sale of assets or a sale of shares. In this article we consider each and discuss the advantages and disadvantages depending upon whether...

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Travelling in Dangerous Weather Conditions

Posted on November 20th 2023

  With it’s diverse seasons, the Great British weather presents many challenges and many different factors need to be considered to help keep road users safe. 9/10 weather-related deaths and serious injuries on the roads happen in the rain Winter weather can cause difficult driving...

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Qualifying as a Solicitor – The Apprenticeship Route

Posted on November 15th 2023

  Many people believe that the route to qualification as a Solicitor is a set path that everyone must follow. On the contrary, in modern day, there has been an influx in different methods that individuals can take to become a fully qualified Solicitor, or...

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Oliver & Co Features in Daily Telegraph Article

Posted on November 8th 2023

Chris Williams, Solicitor in the Conveyancing department at Oliver & Co, has recently been featured twice in The Daily Telegraph’s article sharing insights on expediting the process of selling a property, with a particular focus on selling at auction. This highlights our team’s expertise and...

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Family Law: Child Arrangements for Christmas

Posted on November 7th 2023

At Oliver & Co, we have a dedicated team that can assist you in making arrangements for your children over the festive period as transparent and straightforward as possible. If you do not currently have clear arrangements for how your child/children’s time is to be...

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Lung Cancer Awareness Month: Assisting those with asbestos-related lung cancer

Posted on November 1st 2023

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. The aim is to raise awareness of the disease, its symptoms and causes, and how it can be diagnosed and treated. The ultimate aim is to try and save lives. How common is lung cancer? Lung cancer is the...

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Dealing with stress: Ways to manage the mind

Posted on October 30th 2023

As our natural defence against feeling threatened or under pressure, stress is something which we all experience but often don’t know how to deal with due to its overwhelming nature. 74% of people felt so stressed they were unable to cope according to a study...

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Opening up about mental health issues – How the Beckham’s documentary is helping

Posted on October 30th 2023

How to help when mental health deteriorates: Mental health does not discriminate, and anybody can be affected by anxieties and mental illnesses, and it is important for each of us to understand these issues. October is World Mental Health Month and provides an opportunity to...

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Companies House – The New Barrier Against Criminal Activity

Posted on October 26th 2023

  The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency (ECCT) Bill 2022 is new legislation being brought in with the aim of preventing the abuse of corporate structures and tackling economic crime in the UK. Significant reforms to the role of the Registrar of Companies, who registers...

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