Conveyancing and Coronavirus

Conveyancing and Coronavirus

By David Williams, Director & Head of Property The measures implemented by the government to slow down the spread of Covid 19 have caused us all to make huge changes to our lives. For anyone in the middle of a buying or selling a property there will be...
More than just the law

More than just the law

By Chris Milne, Head of Private Client, and Louise Martin, Head of Family Law Being a Lawyer is not just about practicing the law. Yes, we conduct legal transactions, we give advice, we go to court and we draft documents, but we do more than that, a lot more. The...
Action against Coronavirus

Action against Coronavirus

We wish to reassure our clients of the action that we are taking in response to the Coronavirus. Our aim is to continue to provide as full a service as we are able to in line with Government and NHS guidelines, with the protection of our staff and clients in mind. For...
No-fault divorce – Where are we now?

No-fault divorce – Where are we now?

By Kim Mapperson, Solicitor In the UK currently, people wishing to divorce must prove that their marriage has irretrievably broken down, this must be based on one of 5 grounds for divorce: adultery, unreasonable behaviour, desertion, or extended periods of separation;...
Christmas and the kids

Christmas and the kids

As a separated parent, it can be difficult to agree Christmas arrangements with the other parent. The perception of what is fair and even between you may be very different, and there may be wider family events to throw into the mix, as well as handovers, Christmas...