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Return to the workplace: Making adjustments to the workplace for employees with a disability

  As restrictions ease and more and more people return to work, it is essential that employers continue to ensure the workplace is both safe and free from discrimination for all employees. Employers are required to make reasonable adjustments to...

Talk Money Week: Talking to your family about your wishes for the future

    Nobody likes to think about a time when they are no longer around and talking to loved ones about what you would like to happen after you pass away may seem morbid or unnecessary. However, talking about financial and practical matters can...

Partner Appointment - Claire Woolliscroft

  Partner, Claire Woolliscroft has joined Nicholsons’ Private Client Team. Claire is a partner in the Private Client Team and works from the Norwich office having previously worked for another Norwich firm. She specialises in all aspects of...

Gifting and inheritance tax: Explained

  As part of inheritance tax planning, or simply as part of passing on wealth to the next generation, you may consider gifting money or property to family or friends. However, there are several things you need to know about gifting and inheritance...

Can you make a Power of Attorney online?

  It is possible to make a Power of Attorney online, but whether you should is an entirely different matter. The process of making a Power of Attorney seems straightforward, but for those who are unfamiliar with the process, there are many...
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