Wilford Smith Interview - The Next Big Thing in Law isn’t Artificial Intelligence - It’s Emotional Intelligence

The next big thing in law isn’t artificial intelligence - it’s emotional intelligence, says Rebecca Smith-Bains of Wilford Smith Solicitors.

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What happens if I don’t leave a will, Scotland?

There is no legal requirement to leave a will, but there are a number of practical and financial reasons as to why you should do so. If you fail to leave a will in Scotland, your estate will be distributed in accordance with the rules of intestacy.

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What is the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion?

You may have heard both the terms ‘tax avoidance’ and ‘tax evasion’ – especially in light of the recent Panama Papers scandal, but what to these terms mean? The essential difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion is that tax avoidance is perfectly legal, tax evasion is illegal.

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Accidents At Work Claims - Compensation Calculator

One of the most common questions that arise in relation to making an accident at work claim is “how much compensation will I get?”. This is difficult, if not impossible to answer without reviewing all of the circumstances and evidence. There are general guidelines which personal injury courts are obliged to follow, however. Even if your case settles out of court, lawyers and insurers are aware of these guidelines and so your settlement should reflect the amount dictated. We have worked with Accident Claims Web to give you an indication of how much your accident at work claim could be worth. Please remember that this is only an indication and how much you could be awarded will depend on your circumstances. for a more accurate analysis of how much your claim could be worth, contact Accident Claims Web. They offer a free initial consultation to let you know if you have a claim and there's no obligation.

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Should I be paid for training at work?

Whether you must be paid for training in your job will depend on your contract of employment and also the nature of your job. If unpaid training is mentioned in your contract of employment, it may be that you are not entitled to pay. For example, apprentices have contracts under which a certain amount of training is to be undertaken.

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