Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

2 female employees win equal pay claim against Belfast café

2 female employees win equal pay claim against Belfast café

By Gillian Crotty Two female employees of a café in Belfast have successfully brought a claim for equal pay against their employers, with the employment tribunal ruling that there was no... Read more

78 per cent of NI home owners think their property value has risen

By Lauren Burns New research suggests that 78 per cent of home owners in Northern Ireland think their property value has increased, with the majority believing the change is largely due... Read more

More parents using discretionary trusts to protect family assets from divorce

New research suggests that more people are using discretionary trusts to protect gifts of money or assets to their married children in the event of a future divorce. Discretionary trusts can... Read more

Wife denied divorce as allegations were flimsy and exaggerated

By Lenore Rice A 65-year-old woman has told the Court of Appeal that she should be allowed to divorce her husband of 37 years after a previous judge ruled that her... Read more

Northern Ireland property prices increased by 5.7 per cent in 2016

By Lauren Burns Property prices in Northern Ireland rose by 5.7 per cent last year, with the average house now costing £125,480, according to the NI Residential Property Index. House values increased... Read more

Rate of commercial property vacancy still highest in Northern Ireland

By Neil Logan The amount of vacant commercial property units in Northern Ireland fell to its lowest level since before 2011, but it still has the highest vacancy rate of all... Read more

Deliberate parent alienation after divorce is a form of abuse says Cafcass

By Lenore Rice Parents who deliberately manipulate their children against the other parent following a divorce are guilty of "abuse", says Anthony Douglas of the Children and Family Court Advisory and... Read more

Lack of supply likely to increase Northern Ireland property prices

By Lauren Burns Property prices in Northern Ireland are expected to increase over the next 3 months according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) survey. The majority of the... Read more

Northern Ireland woman wins landmark pension case

A Northern Ireland woman has won a landmark legal case that could have significant impact on the rights afforded to cohabiting couples. Denise Brewster lived with her partner Lenny McMullan for... Read more

New plans expected for regeneration of Belfast city centre

By Neil Logan New planning permission is to be lodged by the owners of 12 acres of land in Belfast city centre that will amount to a £400million regeneration of the... Read more