The Latest posts (Page 2 of 25) by Rocket Lawyer UK's blog, Everyday Law UK

Digital assets – What happens to these when you die?

Digital assets

As someone who has grown up in the digital age, a large portion of my life is contained virtually. I have accounts with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Whatsapp, YouTube, Amazon… […]

Customer Stories – Meet Mary Aslett

Mary Aslett - Rocket Lawyer Customer

Meet Mary Aslett, a Rocket Lawyer customer. Mary is an Everything DiSC® Certified Trainer and The Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team ™ Accredited Facilitator. Her business Corporate Growth Consultancy […]

Customer stories – Meet Helen

customer

Meet Helen Forsyth, a Rocket Lawyer customer. Helen is the Strategy Director for her company, Find a Creative Pro and heads New Business Development and Strategy. Find a Creative Pro helps […]

Make your Will for free in 30 minutes

Make a Will Month

There are lots of reasons why people put off creating a Will, but doing so can cause a lot of problems for your loved ones in the future. Protect your […]

Are rental deposit protection schemes in need of urgent reform?

deposit

Deposits have long been one of the biggest sticking points in the property market. It’s obvious why landlords want them and even many tenants would probably recognise that the principle […]

How do I deal with unpaid rent?

rent

At Rocket Lawyer UK, we’ve helped to answer over 10,000 legal questions from our members since 2012. From doing some analysis we’ve managed to pick out some common issues that […]

Invoices – A small business owners guide to getting paid on time

Invoice

Delayed payments can be one of the most frustrating parts of running a small business. You depend on consistent cash flow to keep the lights on and pay overheads. Spending […]

PPE Regulation Changes – What you need to know

PPE

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is equipment that will protect the user against health or safety risks at work. It can include items such as safety helmets, gloves, eye protection, high-visibility […]

Changes to UK Immigration Law – Key facts for the next 12 months

immigration

The government has announced that doctors and nurses will now be exempt from the restricted Certificates of Sponsorship Tier 2 visa scheme and will instead fall under the unrestricted Certificates […]

New HMO legislation confirmed for October 2018

HMO

The government has confirmed that there will be an extension of the licensing rules for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and that all landlords covered by the rules must apply […]

The past, present and future of joint enterprise crime

joint enterprise

Joint enterprise crime is a grey area in the law, with many unsure exactly how these laws can, or should, be applied to crime cases. With a large amount of […]

Protecting children from effects of divorce

children

Divorce is an extremely difficult and challenging process, with everybody involved being impacted in some way or another. This is no exception where children are concerned, and they can often […]