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In a previous edition of this newsletter, we reported how some of our old office furniture from the Queens Road office was donated to Wokingham Foodbank during the process of moving to our new offices. Over the Christmas period one of our team was able to visit the Foodbank at their new administration and sorting…

We are delighted to announce that Barrett & Co have joined Certainty,  the National Will Register. This is a national register which records the existence of your original Will at Barrett & Co. Your actual original Will remains with us in Deeds Storage and all details about the contents of your Will remain confidential. On…

The government now proposes to give all employees the right to request flexible working when they start their jobs and the Flexible Working Bill was put to Parliament at the end of 2021. At present, workers have to wait until they have been in their role for six months before raising a formal request for…

The government seems to be encouraging the idea of mandatory vaccination for employees, but has only legislated mandatory vaccinations for care staff from November 2021.  Therefore, if employers choose to demand that their staff are vaccinated then they will need to be very careful that they are not in breach of existing legislation. This is…

In early October, Property Trainee Solicitor, Emma Docking was invited to the annual national JLD Conference 2021 held in London. Representing in her capacity of Regional Representative of the JLD BB&O and Barrett & Co Solicitors, attending the all-day conference provided valuable insight and current changes for the junior lawyers of England and Wales. Attending…

In early October 2021, Martin Reynolds and Emma Docking took to the newly refurbished course at The Caversham, and played in the long overdue Reading Commercial Property Lawyers v Surveyors Golf match. With just over 26 of us playing, we were grouped into teams of four and played 18 holes of match play golf. With…

We are delighted to announce that on 29th November 2021, we moved offices, and Barrett & Co Solicitors LLP are now based in brand new office accommodation at Advantage House on Castle Street. Our new offices include accommodation for all our team members, plus brand new meeting rooms, one of which is equipped with the…

After over 25 years at our offices on Queens Road in Reading, Barrett & Co Solicitors LLP marked a new era on Friday 29th November 2021 when they moved into brand new offices and left their Queens Road office for the last time. We are delighted that, as part of the move, we were able…

As a Private Client Solicitor, I am often asked by clients, usually within a Will meeting, “what is Probate?” Probate is defined as a judicial process whereby a Will is proved through the Courts; this, as one might expect, is not an overly helpful or clear explanation to give to clients! Generally speaking, Probate is…

No-one expects to get divorced, but the sad reality is that 50% of marriages end in divorce. Once a decision has been made to separate and get divorced, it is important to think about the financial consequences of your separation and decide what to do with your assets, such as joint bank accounts, cars, houses…

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We are fully open, however if you are visiting us in person before 24th October, our car park is temporarily out of action. We advise you to use Queens Road multi storey or other public car parks.