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Supporting employees with the Menopause Workplace Pledge

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We are proud to share that we have signed the Menopause Workplace Pledge, highlighting our strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We value women's contributions at every career stage and understand the unique challenges they face, including the...

Parker Bullen LLP and Kirklands Solicitors LLP join forces to strengthen position across Hampshire

Gareth Horner
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Two leading law firms with offices in Romsey are thrilled to announce their merger, reinforcing both firms’ presence in the legal landscape across the South.  As of 1 st  May 2024, Parker Bullen LLP, a highly respected legal practice who have...

Welcome to our Partnership, Nikki Amon-Jones!

Nikki Amon-Jones
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We are proud to announce that Nikki Amon-Jones , Head of our Finance and Administration department, has joined our Partnership as of 1 st April 2024.  With 30 years of dedicated service to the firm, Nikki's appointment to Partner reflects her...

Celebrating talent with new Career Pathway at Parker Bullen

Gareth Horner
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We believe in recognising the dedication and talent of every member of our team which is why we have recently launched of our new Career Pathway; an initiative that provides clear avenues for advancement for all our staff, regardless of their background or...

Court of Appeal victory in Armed Forces Compensation Scheme Claim

Sarah Dureau
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As a firm, we are proud supporters of military personnel, with many employees having years of experience in supporting those serving in the Armed Forces and their loved ones.  With several employees having served themselves, having spouses overseas or...

Family Law expert, Suzanne Foster, brings her legal expertise to our Salisbury office

Suzanne Foster
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We are proud to announce the strategic relocation of  Suzanne Foster , our esteemed Head of Family Law, from the  Andover  office to the bustling city of  Salisbury . Since joining the Family & Relationships department in 2016 as a...

The Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust are our 2024 Charity of the Year

Karen Clarkson
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We are pleased to announce our partnership with The Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust as our Charity of the Year for 2024. This collaboration reflects our commitment to supporting organisations that have a significant impact on the community, and we are...

Chris Smith - Solicitor Apprenticeship Journey

Chris Smith
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Apprenticeships are a valuable way to earn a qualification as they offer real life experience by working 80% of the time in a particular sector while spending the other 20% studying. As a firm, we launched Paralegal and Solicitor Apprenticeships in 2023 and...

Charity partnership raises over £2,000 for Dogs Trust

Karen Clarkson
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We are delighted to announce the successful completion of our Charity of the Year partnership for 2023 with  Dogs Trus t , a renowned charity dedicated to the welfare of dogs. Throughout the year, our teams engaged in a series of initiatives and...

Navigating Family Relationships in the New Year

Terri Anson-Dean
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As the festive season comes to an end, January often marks a period of reflection and change for many individuals. While it is true that divorce rates can peak in the New Year, this can also be a time to set the right foundations in place for positive...

Recognition for Hannah Goodeve with promotion to Associate

Hannah Goodeve
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We are delighted to announce the well-deserved promotion of  Hannah Goodeve  to the position of Associate. This exciting milestone in her career will officially take effect on November 1, 2023. Hannah, who has been with Parker Bullen for several...

Digital Reforms for Lasting Powers of Attorney

Bethan Creasey
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In an era which continues to move increasingly online we are due to see another area of law progress into the digital world, designed to increase safeguards for individuals and families when planning for their future.  Recent developments for ...

Statutory Legacy - what is the increase and what does this mean for you?

Bethan Creasey
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On Wednesday 26th July 2023 the Statutory Legacy under the Intestacy Rules will rise from the current £270,000 to £322,000. This is an important change that will impact many families in the future and reminds us all about the reasons why we...

Parker Bullen's Free Wills Scheme raises over £4,500 for Jane Scarth House

Hannah Goodeve
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After the overwhelming response from the community for our Free Wills scheme in March 2023 benefiting Jane Scarth House, we are delighted to have presented the Romsey based charity with a cheque for £4,530. The scheme allowed individuals to have...

New MEES Regulations launching on 1st April 2023; Guidance for Commercial Property Landlords

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With growing concerns about climate change, there has been an increased focus on improving the energy efficiency of our buildings. The introduction of the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/962), more...

Write your Will for free with us and Jane Scarth House

Hannah Goodeve
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We are pleased to announce our partnership with Jane Scarth House for Free Wills Month.  During the month of March, clients will have the opportunity to have their Wills written, reviewed or updated for free, with donations instead being made to ...

Parker Bullen announces Dogs Trust as new Charity of the Year

Karen Clarkson
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We are incredibly proud to announce our partnership with Dogs Trust as our new Charity of the Year for 2023. The partnership reflects our commitment to giving back to our community by working with local and national charities through fundraising,...

Over £3,000 raised for Charity of the Year, Julia's House

Karen Clarkson
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We are proud to announce that we have raised £3,248.41 for our chosen Charity of the Year for 2022, Julia’s House Children’s Hospice. Julia’s House provides practical and emotional support for families caring for a child with a...

Chris Smith - My Apprenticeship Journey

Chris Smith
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Apprenticeships  are an increasingly popular way to embark on a career in the law, and here at Parker Bullen we have recently launched a  Paralegal Apprenticeship  as well as a  Solicitor Apprenticeship . Chris Smith , who joined us as...

Parker Bullen helps Witney Vikings kick off in style!

Sarah Dureau
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We are incredibly proud to announce our sponsorship of Witney Vikings Under 14s Hornets Girls Football Team, a local football team based in Witney, West Oxfordshire.  The sponsorship, which has provided the team with their new playing kit, is a part of...

Can settlement agreements waive unspecified future claims?

Sarah Dureau
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A settlement agreement can be a useful tool for both employer and employee to help resolve a dispute amicably and facilitate a smooth exit from a business.  One of the reasons an employer seeks to use a settlement agreement is to protect themselves from...

Making arrangements for your children this Christmas following divorce

Adam Pinkney
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Christmas is a magical time of year, particular for children.  However, if you have recently been through a divorce, it can be difficult to make arrangements about where they will spend the Christmas period.   Adam Pinkney , Solicitor in...

Parker Bullen pledge commitment to the military through the Armed Forces Covenant

Suzanne Foster
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With a rich history across Wiltshire and Hampshire, particularly supporting those in the Armed Forces, we are pleased to have recently signed the Armed Forces Covenant, demonstrating our commitment to those who are currently serving, veterans, and their...

What are digital assets in a Will?

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When writing your  Will , you will naturally consider your assets such as your property and valuables; however you should also be considering those online assets that you will invariably use every day that your Executors will need access to. We explain...

Parker Bullen to offer Free Wills Scheme with Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Ashley Partridge
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Local law firm, Parker Bullen, are pleased to be working closely with local charity, Wiltshire Air Ambulance, on offering their supporters the opportunity to write their Will for free. The law firm, with offices in Salisbury, Andover, Romsey and Witney,...

Parker Bullen comes to Witney

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We are delighted to announce that we have have opened our new office in the picturesque town of Witney. The firm, with offices in Andover, Romsey and Salisbury, has now opened an office in Wittas House on Station Lane.   Sarah Dureau  and...

What are the steps involved in selling a business?

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For most people, selling their business is a once in a lifetime event, unless of course you are a serial entrepreneur! Regardless of whether you have been through the process before, selling your business is not a decision that you take lightly and the...

Law firm shortlisted for prestigious Property Award

Tom Bessant
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We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for Property Law Firm of the Year at the South Coast Property Awards. With offices in Andover, Romsey and Salisbury, we have grown significantly in the last 12 months, particularly within...

Parker Bullen welcomes new Family Solicitor

Jason Evans
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We are delighted to announce that our Romsey team continues to grow with the addition of  Adam Pinkney , a specialist  Family, Divorce and Relationships  Solicitor. Adam qualified as a Solicitor in March this year after completing his...

Trouble with ground rent: what does the future hold for leaseholders?

Tom Bessant
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Property ownership has been on the Government’s agenda for many years with the aim to address the challenges some people encounter. The Government has now focused its attention on leasehold properties and from the end of this month will implement a ban...

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