Expert Insight


Calculating the length of a marriage: the most complicated equation of all?

12 Jan 2018

Family law calls for quite a lot of mathematics. From calculating how matrimonial finances should be divided upon divorce, to considering the tax implications of the same, a lot of number crunching goes on. Here, Head of Family for Kuits Katie McCann, who specialises in complex matrimonial finances, explains how a good divorce lawyer needs […]


A debt recovery pre-action protocol now exists but should you use it?

07 Dec 2017

Many businesses will have been inundated with emails, mailshots and circulars about the Debt Recovery Protocol (which commenced on 1 October 2017), what it will do to the debt recovery process and the sanctions for non-compliance. Here, Head of Litigation Andrew Weinberg takes businesses through what they need to know, why they may wish to […]


Three things you need to know about using e-signatures in the Digital Age

27 Oct 2017

The Digital Age is well and truly upon us. Most of us now couldn’t live without our smartphones, tablets, Smart TVs, laptops and the like. Therefore, understandably, we are often asked by our clients whether it is safe and acceptable to digitally sign documents. The short answer is yes. Regulations allowing digital signatures (The Electronic […]


Specialist advisor warns tax evaders ‘HMRC will be rubbing their hands’, following latest data hack

25 Oct 2017

The announcement of a data hack at Appleby, one of the world’s largest providers of offshore legal services, could produce a treasure trove of information for HMRC to rival the Panama Papers and then some. Here, specialist tax investigations solicitor and Executive Partner for Manchester commercial law firm Kuits, Robert Levy, shares his insight: “Until […]

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