Rogers & Norton News


Dealing with GP Partnerships and Disputes

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Following on from the successful talk given by me and Peter Hastings to the GP Registrars last year, we were pleased to be invited back to talk to this year’s group of GP Registrars about the pros and cons of … Click to read more…

Contesting a Will

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Three animal charities have won a case at the Supreme Court against a woman cut out of her mother’s will. Heather Ilott was awarded more than £160,000 by the Court of Appeal after her mother Melita Jackson left most of … Click to read more…

COURT OF PROTECTION: LPA registration fees will fall in April

The Private Client team at Rogers & Norton have been encouraging clients to put a Lasting Power of Attorney in place for some time now. With a combination of our aging population, together with greater restrictions and controls when accessing … Click to read more…


Executors’ Duties

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The days and weeks following the loss of a loved one can be a very difficult and upsetting time. Not only are you grieving but, if you are appointed as an Executor under the Will, you also have several practical … Click to read more…


Adjudication Success for Rogers and Norton’s Construction Team

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Peter Hastings and his team have notched up another success, this time in an Adjudication for a contractor regarding unpaid works.  Peter comments: “The draft final account had not been agreed, but the Employer had not issued a Pay Less … Click to read more…

GP Registrar Training Day

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Richard Etheridge and Peter Hastings are delighted to have been asked once again to join with Accountants Lovewell Blake, in conducting a seminar with a group of GP Registrars at one of their training days, on Wednesday 15th March, at … Click to read more…

Cargo Ship at Wharf

Helping you see the wood through the trees

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Peter Hastings and his team are receiving instructions regarding the increased restrictions being applied to the importation of goods containing rosewood and ivory after a ruling by the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Wild Fauna & Flora (CITES). The … Click to read more…

Accidents and Personal Injury

Discount Rate Set To Fall

The discount rate is the rate which is used to calculate the amount by which a future loss (such as loss of income or care costs) needs to be multiplied to calculate and ensure the claimant has sufficient monies for their … Click to read more…

Age UK pic

Strictly Business

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Rogers & Norton were delighted to host a table in support of Age UK Norfolk as they celebrated their 70th anniversary and helped to raise over £6000 for a very deserving cause in the process. We were joined by guests … Click to read more…

Wills and Trusts

Probate fees set to increase

Unfortunately, it looks like the article that we published in April 2016, predicting a substantial rise in probate fees in England and Wales is about to become fact. The Government has officially confirmed that probate fees will change to a … Click to read more…