Stephanie’s talk on 17 April

Stephanie was delighted to present an interesting talk in Oxford on the Effects of Law on Communication. We hope you found the talk effective and enjoyable. If you have any questions or queries please feel free to contact Stephanie at Stephanie@kleymansolicitors.com.    

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Cat Fight – Who gets to keep the family pet?

Never mind who gets the kids, many separating couples fight over who gets to keep the much loved pets. In England and Wales, the law treats pets as chattels and will be divided based on who bought or owns the pet. Much like a car or a painting. However if you were married, you can […]

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Two wrongs don’t make a right!

I know it sounds obvious, and it’s something we all know, but yet still it was a point that had to be decided by a court recently.  Guess what, the court stuck with the old saying.  Just because someone has wronged you, doesn’t give you the right to do something wrong in return. Here’s what […]

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GDPR TALK BY STEPHANIE

Stephanie gave an exceptional talk  to The London Group GDPR as guest speaker. We hope you found the talk informative and enjoyable, but if anyone has any questions please do not hesitate to contact her at stephanie@kleymansolicitors.com.    

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Eggscape with the kids this Easter

Easter holidays are approaching which means thousands of kids on chocolate highs running around London with stressed parents picking up cream egg wrappers in their wake. It’s tempting to escape this Easter and hop to sunnier places with your little Easter bunnies. But, if you are a separated parent can you do this without the […]

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Business Law Talk by Stephanie

Stephanie was delighted to have been the guest speaker at Mantle Business Centre on 20 March 2018.  We hope everyone enjoyed her talk on Business Law but if anyone has any questions they shouldn’t hesitate to contact her at stephanie@kleymansolicitors.com.    

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Post-GDPR Training – IT’S NOT AS SCARY AS YOU THINK

GDPR has been on the minds of businesses, law firms and any institution that handles personal data, understanding how the changes that are coming into effect in May this year is important, and Stephanie Kleyman was at hand giving a talk earlier in the month in Harrow providing training on how to deal with Post-GDPR […]

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Access Denied!

  What should you do if the other parent slams the door in your face and refuses to allow you access to your children as ordered by a court? Should you beat the door down and carry the child off under your arm? Probably not. Some better alternatives would be to: Write to the other […]

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Taking the Perk

If you asked me what kind of solicitor I was, you’d get a different answer depending on where I am. If I’m out networking (ie drinking), I’d probably tell you that I’m a great value for money solicitor, or a very good solicitor. If you wanted a more serious answer, I’d tell you that genetically […]

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Can’t Buy Me Love

For many years I worked in house for an entrepreneur. Whilst we didn’t always agree on things, we had a lot of fun, or at least I did. My favourite game was where I told him what the law was, he told me his way around it and I had 10 seconds (ok perhaps 12) […]

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