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What You Need to Know If Your Family’s Hit with A CPO

Source A CPO or compulsory purchase order is a legal procedure that grants specific bodies the ability to obtain land or property without getting the consent of the owner. Often it is enforced when there is a proposed build or development planned for the better of the people in that area. CPOs have been gaining a lot of media attention over the last few years as you will have seen through reports regarding the HS2 (High Speed Tail) route as well as the various football stadium developments across the country such as Liverpool or Tottenham. As you’d imagine, not all compulsory…

5 Tips to Make Sure that Your Family’s Summer Is Properly Organized

With Summer only just around the corner, you may be thinking of what to do with your child. One option is to enroll them in http://preschoolfunland.com/our-programs/junior-summer-camp/, which will guarantee that you won’t hear them say that they are bored. Instead, they will have a wealth of fantastic activities to choose from, teaching them vital social and independence skills, in an environment that is fun, safe, and supportive. At the same time, however, you will have to make sure you have your own family activities planned as well. After all, family time is the most important time in the world. So…

Why You need to Write a Will if You’re a Business Owner

Not many people think about writing a will until they reach a certain age. While it may not be the most joyful thing you can do – let face it, it’s quite depressing to dwell on what will happen after you die, if you own a business you may seriously have to start thin king about getting one written. Without one, all of your assets could not be distributed how you’d like. When it comes to a business, it’s not as simple as a certain possession not going to the right family member. Not having a will when you own…

How To Address Conflict in Your Family-Run Business

Family-Run Business

Family-run businesses can be great successes, the trust that you have between your family members is automatic and more often than not, you don’t need to gain the commitment or loyalty of your relations. The flip side to running a family business is that it can often be easier to find yourself in conflict with them, either from something based on the running of the business or from a conflict away from the business that impacts it. If you find yourself in a conflict with family members within the business then it is important that you address it with haste.…