Stokes Partners LLP, with Lloyds and Old Mill accountants and financial planners, are delighted to be hosting a business breakfast at The Shrubbery Hotel on 17 April 2013. There will be plenty of time to network with other local businessmen and women and please feel free to bring a friend or colleague. Speakers: Paul Gunstone – […]
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An Easter art and design competition was recently held for children of Stokes Partners LLP’s staff. The winning entry was Rosie Jones. Runners up were Kate Askew, Helena Cox, Alice Cox, Jessica Jones, Lauren Singleton and Lucie Singleton. All entries are currently on display in our Crewkerne office window display. Here are some of the entrants with […]
On Friday 15 March 2013 Stokes Partners held a ‘wear red’ and quiz event, inviting staff and clients of its Crewkerne offices to support Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day appeal. The event raised an impressive £163 for the charity. Teams from Wills, Tax and Probate and Family shared first prize on the quiz, both achieving 100% […]
Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) have become an increasingly popular structure for professional practices, such as vets, architects, dentists and solicitors. Following the downturn from 2007, it is no surprise that limitation of partners’ liability is an attractive prospect going forward. The advantages of limited liability do not, however, stop at the risks of a business […]
A significant proportion of private firms in the UK are family owned but it is estimated that less than half of first generation family businesses have succession plans. This will come as no real surprise where owner-managers are busy dealing with the priority of day to day issues and running the business itself. What will […]
Stokes Partners LLP is pleased to sponsor the Crewkerne run which will take place this year on Sunday 19 May 2013. The event will comprise a 10k running race, a 5k fun and juniors run, and a 5k business challenge. The business challenge requires teams of three runners (men, women or mixed). The proceeds […]
The law regarding rights of light is currently the subject of a Law Commission consultation. The most recent High Court decision regarding rights of light and the implications of development which affects the light otherwise received through apertures (HKRUK II (CHC) Ltd v Heaney) has led to calls for changes in the law.