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3rd July 2020

Reaching agreements in a new era of virtual appointments

As we started working from home in March 2020 which seems so long ago, there was concerns of client engagement in new technologies and if clients would be…

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2nd July 2020

Cohabitation agreement and how does it protect unmarried couples who live together?

1. When it comes to living together, do unmarried couples have any automatic rights? Unmarried cohabitant couples have very limited legal rights in comparison to married couples. There…

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1st July 2020

Parental Responsibility – what does this mean for me and my family?

Parental Responsibility provides a parent with the responsibility of making all the important decisions in their child’s life. This includes a child’s education, religion and medical care but…

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30th June 2020

UK Quarantine News

In the Government’s bid to further and tackle the Covid-19 pandemic, since 8 June 2020, if you are travelling to the UK, you may be required to self-isolate…

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29th June 2020

Child Arrangements – What this means for fathers after separation

It is often thought that after parties separate the children will remain with their mother, with the father seeing them at regular intervals. This can often be on…

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24th June 2020

Looking to the future – Changes to Divorce Law

Currently if you wish to issue divorce proceedings there needs to be a reason or ground relied upon. There are five grounds which are: Adultery Behaviour Desertion Two…

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COVID-19: How does the house buying and selling process now differ

1.With consideration of the current circumstances surrounding coronavirus, how does the house buying and selling process now differ? With the restrictions being lifted, the housing market has started…

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22nd June 2020

The new family client in the new normal

Having been a family solicitor for almost 16 years now I have witnessed first-hand how crisis’ in society have a knock-on effect on the type of services clients…

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17th June 2020

Government funding for the remediation of non-ACM cladding buildings

It was the third anniversary of the Grenfell fire on 14 June 2020 but it is estimated that there are still around 2,000 residential buildings with potentially dangerous…

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15th June 2020

Redundancy – the selection process

Can an employer use a competitive interview process to determine which employees at risk of redundancy should be given alternative employment? The case of Gwynedd Council v Barrett…

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