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Welcome news for our work supporting the campaign against ‘period poverty’ – yet more needs to be done

EVERYONE at Milners is proud to support an increasing number of local charities and good causes in our Leeds, Harrogate and Pontefract communities. One of these in the Red

Striking the wrong note: how legal disharmony has broken out over the Queen of Soul’s dying wishes  

SHE was one of the world’s legendary music stars, dubbed the Queen of Soul. But a right Royal row over her final wishes has blown up after it was

FREE WILL-WRITING SESSIONS LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT YORKSHIRE PEOPLE WITH BREAST CANCER

MILNERS is supporting women and men who have suffered breast cancer with a free will-writing initiative. We are turning March into Free Wills Month to raise awareness of the

The case of Brexit, termination of a lease – and a rare property law dating back 156 years

“DOES Brexit entitle lease frustration? This is the high-stakes question asked by many tenants who are looking for ways to terminate their lease. The property world is currently watching

Full steam ahead! All eyes on landmark case in HS2 property valuation legal battle

LEGAL eyes are trained on a landmark case which could pave the way for scores of compensation claims from homes and businesses affected by the proposed HS2 rail route.

Grounds for concern? Exploring the added costs surrounding leasehold apartments

OUR >Residential Property Manager and Yorkshire Post property correspondent, John Robson, has expert advice for homebuyers who are confronted by high ground rent fees, in his latest Question and

The Ex-Factor: why it’s vital to make or change your will after separation 

The early part of any year goes hand-in-hand with an increase in divorce applications. And 2019 is already proving no exception. This is normally because families and spouses have

Changes to the immigration rule post-Brexit: What it means for employers

As Brexit looms ever closer, there is a raft of implications for the workforce that employers in various business sectors need to consider – and act on. While some

Employment law changes in 2018 – and a sneak peek into what’s looming this year for employers and employees

FOR both employers and employees, there was a raft of changes to the world of employment law during 2018. The main employment law challenges that had the biggest and