Unfortunately, grandparents can often experience difficulties in terms of exercising regular contact or access with their grandchildren when problems arise between parents. In Scotland, there are no automatic rights which entitle them to enjoy contact time with their grandchildren. So, what can you do about it?
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The UK Government has now published its full response to the Taylor Review report and vowed to comply with the recommendation to "place equal importance on the quality of work as it does on the quantity". The proposed reforms may affect millions of workers, but some are sceptical that the Government proposals may not go far enough.
As the deadline for private sector businesses with 250 or more employees to report on their gender pay gap is fast approaching, here is a quick recap on what is required.
This is the second in a series of briefing notes on the Planning (Scotland) Bill, which aims to strengthen and simplify the Scottish planning system. This note shifts our focus to development management and the changes to the planning application and decision-making processes.
When it comes to succession planning for business owners, careful consideration should be given to the businesses' constitutional documents to ensure the owner's wishes as set out in their will can be implemented.