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    Aimee Aspinall

    Posted 29 March 2016
    by Aimee Aspinall .

    Pre-Nuptial Agreements

    People planning to enter a marriage or civil partnership sometimes decide to enter into a Pre-Nuptial Agreement (‘pre-nup’) that states what they intend to happen to their money and property if the marriage or civil partnership were to end. What…

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    Paul Kelly

    Posted 29 March 2016
    by Paul Kelly .

    FTT Decision- Can you make a service charge?

    Static caravans overlook the sea. Mobile home and holiday parks

    In the case of Britanniacrest Ltd the Upper Tribunal considered whether a park owner could make a service charge to cover the cost of administrative tasks connected to the supply of utilities to a homeowner’s pitch. The Upper Tribunal’s view…

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    Tracy Lambert

    Posted 24 March 2016
    by Tracy Lambert .

    Family Injunctions

    The Family Law Act 1996 provides protection to those who are at risk of harm. Non-molestation and Occupation Orders, otherwise known as Family Injunctions, can be applied for through the courts to provide assistance and protection from those at risk…

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    Aimee Aspinall

    Posted 23 March 2016
    by Aimee Aspinall .

    Child Arrangement Solicitors

    One of the most common enquiries we receive relates to access to children. If you have separated from your partner, divorced or ended your civil partnership then arrangements regarding your children will need to be made. It is preferable if…

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    Caroline Ryan

    Posted 18 March 2016
    by Caroline Ryan .

    Grounds for divorce

    There is only one ground for divorce and that is that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. To establish this ground the party applying for the divorce [the petitioner] must rely on one of five prescribed facts: Adultery – if…

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