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Leading Reading law firm Barrett & Co announces the promotion of 3 lawyers to the partnership. The new partners are from all three of the firm’s market-leading areas of Private Client, Dispute Resolution and Conveyancing. Charlotte Fox, Chris Miller and Richard Ince, have been promoted, just as the firm grows at its new head office…

Safaa Alam joined Barrett & Co in January 2022, and is a Paralegal in the Litigation department reporting to Justin Sadler, Head of the Litigation and Employment Teams. Safaa graduated from Coventry University in 2020 with an LLB and undertook the LPC at the University of Law in Reading last year (still awaiting her final…

This is a question we are asked frequently at Barrett and Co. This is usually due to concerns about the costs of care as our clients become older, or perhaps fears that their home would have to be sold to pay Inheritance Tax on their death. Naturally, our clients want to preserve their home for…

Richard Ince of Barrett and Co Solicitors in Reading maintains top three property conveyancing ranking in 2022 according to independent website Three Best Rated. With conveyancing, the legal element of buying and selling property, in big demand, it’s great to know that Barrett and Co’s Richard Ince has been ranked once again as one of…

Government Ministers announced that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which will allow married couples to divorce without assigning blame, came into force on 6th April 2022. This is much later than originally planned, apparently to allow time for the necessary computer system changes to be made to HMCTS’s online divorce systems. The “no…

The importance and usefulness of the Health and Welfare Lasting of Power of Attorney really came into its own during the Covid-19 pandemic. Many of the elderly and vulnerable members of society had to have decisions made about their welfare and relatives and partners were often shocked to discover that without a Power of Attorney,…

Did you know there are things you MUST do as an employer to make sure it’s all legal? Now that all restrictions have been lifted with regards to the Covid-19 pandemic, you might think that everything has returned to normal in the world of work. But many employees have decided that they like working from…

In May 2020 the law surrounding organ donation changed so that all adults in England will now be considered to have given consent to donate their organs when they die, unless they have formally ‘opted-out’ and their decision has been registered on the NHS Organ Donor Register. Prior to this change in law, adults in…

Last year we discussed generally what happens to your digital accounts when you die: you can read the article here. We now report on updates during the last year. Apple Users On 13 December 2021, during the release of its iOS 15.2 update, Apple officially released its Digital Legacy feature, which lets people choose the specific people…

Or: Musings on Blockchain, Distributed Ledger Technology, Cryptocurrencies and the wisdom of people in general. What must be five or six years ago now, I sat through a speech given by the Headmaster of my sons’ former school in the course of a careers evening, held during that period between GCSEs and A Levels when…

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