Maxwell Hodge has a legal duty of care to all employees, which means that all possible steps need to be taken to protect individual wellbeing and provide necessary, and sometimes crucial, support. Maintaining a healthy workplace is a priority.
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For many separating couples, they will have heard of the term of “co-parenting.” The official definition is “to share the duties of the upbringing of a child”. But in reality, what does that mean for separating couples?
An excellent opportunity has arisen at Maxwell Hodge for a fulltime receptionist to join the West Kirby Office. The purpose of the role is to provide an effective reception service for the office, including maintaining the company’s high standards of client care and promoting all of the services provided by the company.
I recently attended Mental Health First Aider in the Workplace Course along with Claire, Kris and Sarah. It was a two day course which proved to be quite intense and in turn, emotionally and mentally challenging.
The purpose of divorce is to allow a couple in an unhappy marriage to go their separate ways and to afford them the opportunity to remarry at a later date.
Does it make good sense to leave a marriage without a deal?
During April, Heswall and West Kirby branches of Maxwell Hodge Solicitors participated in “Make a Will Month” whereby Andrea Ashton and Marie Granby prepared Wills for clients, free of charge, in return for a donation to the hospice.
During May, Maxwell Hodge Solicitors, participated in “Make a Will” month, whereby Maxwell Hodge drew up client’s simple Wills free of charge in return for a donation to St Joseph’s Hospice.
Going through a relationship breakdown can be an extremely stressful time for children as well as parents. Often the child can be in the middle of this. Its important for parents to put together plans for the child at an early stage. These tips will help parents in reaching suitable agreements.
Personal safety is a huge issue within the UK. The office of national statistics in their latest figures in November 2018 announced that 7.9% women (1.3 Million) and 4.2% of men (695,000) had experienced some form of domestic abuse within the previous 12 months. With these shocking statistics it is vitally important to know what protection is available to them.