Monthly Archives: February 2016

Enforcing judgment debts

Monday, 29 Feb 2016

Have you successfully obtained a judgment against a debtor but have still not received payment? Enforcement of payment is quite a convoluted process and there are several paths that can be taken. AWB Charlesworth and our Litigation team can advise on the most effective methods of enforcement and provide you with all the resources you... Read More


Can a verbal agreement create an Agricultural Tenancy?

Wednesday, 24 Feb 2016

Unbeknown to many, a “formal” agricultural tenancy can in theory be verbally agreed- allowing an occupier a tenancy with strong rights of occupation. These ‘verbal agreements’ are often overlooked by tenants and landlords. If a tenant has a right of occupation and they are asked to vacate, they may not be aware that they do... Read More


If Separation Seems Inevitable.

Monday, 22 Feb 2016

If you are married, in a civil partnership, or living with someone, the breakdown of a relationship is always a difficult time. Our experienced family lawyers at AWB Charlesworth will listen to what you want and give practical and clear advice to set you on the right path for a brighter future.   Advice and Support... Read More


Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)- What are they and how do they work?

Tuesday, 2 Feb 2016

The law states that if you have the mental capacity to make a decision for yourself, then you have the legal right to make that decision, even if your decision is considered by others to be unwise. What happens if you do not have the mental capacity to make a decision for yourself? This will... Read More


Employers- A right to snoop?

Monday, 1 Feb 2016

A recent landmark European case has suggested that employers have the right to view employees private messages sent during working time. But just how much does the employer have the right to view? Employers often monitor the work of their employees by reading work emails and tracking the websites that they have visited whilst at... Read More