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Contact arrangements for children

Child contact arrangements can be a difficult point to agree on for many parents who are separated. It is important to bare in mind that any animosity between parents can have a detrimental impact upon a child. The current law states that each child has a right to a relationship with each parent ...

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Redundancy

  Being dismissed or dismissing someone is a very difficult position to be in. It may come as a shock to both an employer and employee to suddenly have to think about redundancy dismissals. While you are dealing with redundancy, it is important to know that employers are required to follow c...

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Contact arrangements for children

Child contact arrangements can be a difficult point to agree on for many parents who are separated. It is important to bare in mind that any animosity between parents can have a detrimental impact upon a child. The current law states that each child has a right to a relationship with each parent ...

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Slipping on ice and snow

If you have suffered an accident as a result of slipping on ice or snow you may be able to make a claim for compensation for personal injury. In order to be eligible to pursue a claim, you must have suffered injury and the fall must have been the fault of someone else. Whilst we appreciate it imp...

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Why you should make a Will

A Will allows you to leave clear instructions about how your estate i.e. your assets are to be distributed when you die. If you do not have a Will your assets may go to people who you would not want or who you would not have chosen. A Will allows you to choose who will manage your assets when you...

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Stamp Duty Land Tax First Time Buyer Relief

SDLT First Time Buyer Relief In the Budget on 22 November 2017, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced a relief from stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for first time buyers. Read More

Recent Scam Targeting Conveyancing Solicitors

  Fraudsters are hacking into emails and diverting house purchase payments. Emails between a buyer or seller and their solicitors are being hacked. The fraudster monitors the communications using a malware that looks for key words such as house purchase, deposit, buy and payment and then mak...

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Non-Accidental Injuries

If you have ever taken your child to the hospital or to see a GP with an injury that you cannot explain, you may have heard the phrase ‘non-accidental injury’. When a child is taken to see a medical professional with a complaint of an injury, the GP or Doctor has a duty to safeguard the child. If...

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Solicitor representation for my child failing to attend at school

As a parent you are legally responsible for ensuring that your children receive a suitable education. Should your child fail to regularly attend the school at which he/she is registered then the council may take legal action against you and you may be prosecuted for your child failing to attend scho...

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Domestic Violence Victims

Many people believe that domestic abuse is only physical violence, where you have bruises or scars to show that you are a victim. However, domestic abuse takes many forms including not only physical but also emotional and financial abuse. There are numerous options available to you and these can ...

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