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Public Order Offences

Public Order Offences – A Whistle Stop Tour

At Levins we often deal with people who have been arrested for Public Order Offences but what does that mean ? There are numerous offences which come under this category.  This includes, threatening behaviour, disorderly behaviour, harassment,...

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Government considering electronic Will proposals

Government considering electronic Will proposals. The Law Society Gazette has recently reported that the Government is to consider electronic Will proposals. Junior Justice Minister, Phillip Lee, has stated that 'the Law Commission is currently considering the law of Wills, including how the l...

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Levins solicitors warns changes to powers of attorney may leave older and vulnerable at risk

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Social Services Solicitors

It is almost time for the children to go back to school, and for the most of us we cannot wait. The summer holidays are a long six weeks of having to find extra money, extra childcare and a lot more stressful. However, children going back to school means that your children are being monitored by ...

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Employment tribunal fees ruled unlawful

In an embarrassing and comprehensive defeat for the government, the Supreme Court has ruled that the fee regime imposed on employment tribunal claimants was unlawful. This is good news for claimants, who will no longer have to pay as muc...

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Discrimination in the workplace

It is against the law for employers to discriminate against its employees and workers due to any of the following protected characteristics, as stated under The Equality Act:

  • Pregnancy and maternity
  • Race
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Disability
  • R...

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School Holiday Drama

It is the start of the school holidays, and of course with school holidays comes the drama. Scraped knees, temper tantrums, sibling squabbles and last but not least the cost of entertaining your children for a full 6 weeks. So how can we cope with the next 6 weeks? We know that Bradgelina are cur...

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Divorce settlement

 Former Spice Girl, Mel B, has recently gone through a very public separation from husband Stephen Belafonte. Headlines this week state that the Court in the US has ordered she make monthly ‘emergency spousal’ payments to her estranged spouse of somewhere in the region of £30,000. ...

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Domestic Violence

You may have seen the recent articles in the news about Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davies. Their relationship has been fuelled by public arguments and has been notoriously played out in the press since they met and fell in love on Celebrity Big Brother. There are claims that both Stephanie an...

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Expert Fraud Solicitors

We have many years’ experience dealing with Proceeds of Crime and Fraud matters. This includes representing clients at the police station stage, Magistrates Court and Crown Court. Often the interviews for Fraud matters are by arrangement.  Usually the investigators are the police or HMRC.  We hav...

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