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Legal Burnout: How To Limit Stress In The Workplace This is a short article about legal burnout and how to limit stress in the workplace. Work-related stress can have devastating impacts both on the individual suffering from burnout, and the company bearing the cost of stress-related illness, under-productivity, and absences. The legal profession is known[…]

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Debt Recovery Explained This free e-book, debt recovery explained, will cover the following topic areas in detail with a step-by-step guide on how to recover a debt in the UK.   Table of contents for this e-book Introduction Tracing agents Letter before action Debt collection agencies Legal claims County Court Judgment Enforcement    Claim your[…]

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Due Diligence Explained   Introduction Due diligence is a phrase that many people have heard but few really understand what it means. It is a term most commonly used in a professional context in regards to industries such as finances, investments, mergers & acquisitions, real estate, and law, but it is becoming used more often[…]

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The Debt Respite Scheme Introduction The new Debt Respite Scheme is also known as Breathing Space comes into force until 4 May 2021. This new scheme takes into consideration the damage and issues arising through multiple issues, including the Covid-19 crisis, which allows those in debt to have a respite, offering legal protection from their creditors. […]

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Why It Is Important To Reference Your Tenant (UK) This article will discuss tenant referencing in the UK. Property is one of the most valuable things you can own – an investment for your future, which is why it’s important to protect it. When you rent a home out to others, it’s important that you[…]

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