Neves Blogs and News

Keep up to date with our articles and blogs written by our solicitors on the latest developments in law and what's happening at Neves.

I remember the first week after Government Guidelines were issued advising that people should work from home. Our offices closed and staff began working remotely. But, as a Wills and Probate Solicitor, I am classified as a Key Worker and therefore I …

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on everyone and everything. The consequences of the pandemic on family law and the family law process have been numerous but one notable consequence has been the aggravation of an already over-burdened litigati…

Heidi Fleming, Senior Associate in Divorce and Family Law, answers some of the most Frequently Asked Divorce Questions (FAQs) posed to her during the coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown.

"During my own isolation, besides binge watching Tiger King and susp…

Fiona Hewitt, Senior Associate and Head of Employment and Commercial Disputes, gives us a snapshot of her working life in lockdown.

I am a single parent so it’s just me and my daughter - 7 “and three quarters!” - and I also have disabilities. As an em…

This article looks at some practical considerations for employers who are looking at bringing employees back into the workplace following COVID-19.

When am I required to pay employees Statutory Sick Pay?

If an employee is to qualify for Statutory S…

On 12th May 2020, Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (commonly referred to as ‘Furlough’) would be extended to 31st October 2020 enabling employers to continue to put their staff on Furlough Leave for a further…