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What Does Negligence Mean?

Negligence is a term that you may well be familiar with. There are plenty of solicitors who advertise that they…

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On What Grounds Can I Contest A Will?

Losing a loved one is always difficult. But it can be made more difficult if it appears that their will…

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Can I Contest My Parent’s Will

When a parent dies, it’s upsetting enough. But finding out that you have been left out of their will can…

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How to Contest a Will

It’s difficult enough to lose a loved one, but a time of bereavement can be worsened when the contents of…

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What is Professional Negligence?

Professional negligence is something that most people have heard of, but they may not be aware of its meaning in…

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How much does a divorce cost?

In most cases, divorce will be a tough process; one that can drain the parties involved both emotionally and financially….

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How to Find Out the Value of a Deceased Person’s Estate

Why do I need to know the value? If you’ve suffered a bereavement, dealing with their estate may be the…

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How long does it take to get a divorce?

Deciding to get a divorce can be one of the toughest decisions a couple can make. One of the most…

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Divorce FAQs

How long do I have to be married before I can start a divorce? You need to have been married…

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Which fence is mine?

While there is a saying that good fences make good neighbours, fences can often be a source of major disagreement…

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Why that cheap will from the bank could cost your family £30,000

As victims of yet another banking scandal speak out, what to do if you were taken in too…   Barbara…

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What is family law?

The legal definition of family law is the collection of laws and legislation that relate to issues that have a…

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Protecting assets after marriage

When we think of a nuptial agreement, most of us will probably be familiar with, and think of, a pre-nuptial…

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No fault divorce?

The decision to start divorce proceedings is often a difficult one to make, and it can potentially be a time…

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Pre-Nuptial Agreements and Divorce

The merits of entering into Prenuptial Agreements prior to marrying have seen a boost following the recent Court of Appeal…

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Employment Tribunal Fees Abolished

On the 26th July 2017 in a surprise ruling the Supreme Court ruled that Tribunal fees which were introduced by…

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