Archive for April 2024

Divorce and pensions: What you should consider when divorcing

When a marriage breaks down and parties divorce, it’s important not to overlook the sharing of pensions, which can often be a significant asset to the parties in the same way as equity in property or savings.  In November 2023, a report was published following a study by the Nuffield Foundation and Bristol University, which […]

AI in the Bidding Process

HM Government is putting a lot of effort into trying to anticipate the impact of AI on the economy generally, on specific sectors within the economy and on public services. They have already made available guidance and policy documents via organisations such as the Cabinet Office, the Office for AI and the Government Digital Service. […]

Air ambulance services continue flying with Simon Murfitt, Matthew Harvey and Jeremy Goldring’s help

gunnercooke Partners Simon Murfitt, Matthew Harvey and Jeremy Goldring recently advised the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust, a very interested stake holder, in Gama Aviation‘s in the successful purchase of Specialist Aviation Services (SAS) – a deal which allowed vital air ambulance services to continue serving South East England. SAS had been put up […]

Navigating the Labyrinth: Unveiling the Transparency of Costs in UK Litigation

Legal proceedings can be a daunting and complex journey for individuals unfamiliar with the intricacies of the UK legal system. One of the crucial aspects that often perplex the layperson is the transparency of costs associated with solicitors and barristers in litigation. Understanding UK litigation costs is essential for anyone embarking on legal proceedings, as […]

Can I buy a property in Spain through a UK limited company?

Every now and then we are asked by potential clients, “can I buy a property in Spain through a UK limited company?” The main reason behind this question is usually their personal tax situation in the UK. Oftentimes those clients prefer to buy the property in Spain through their UK company rather than paying themselves […]