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    Tracy Lambert

    Posted 27 November 2019
    by Tracy Lambert .

    Parental Financial Support

    We know that parents continue to support their children long after they reach the age of 18 and after any legal obligations for child maintenance have ceased. This is in the form of assistance with university accommodation, rental deposits and…

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    Stuart Bramley

    Posted 21 November 2019
    by Stuart Bramley .

    Inquest into sepsis death

    Doctor

    Earlier this week, the Daily Mail reported on the tragic death of a 49 year old woman after she contracted sepsis. In February last year, Samantha Brousas died from sepsis having been transferred to intensive care less than 48 hours…

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    Aimee Aspinall

    Posted 21 November 2019
    by Aimee Aspinall .

    Christmas Child Contact: Top Tips

    Christmas Present

    One of the busiest times of year for family law solicitors specialising in private children law is Christmas. Separated parents often can’t agree on who is going to have the children for what periods over the festive season. Naturally, both…

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    Aimee Aspinall

    Posted 14 November 2019
    by Aimee Aspinall .

    Marriage or Civil Partnership?

    On New Years Eve 2019, the first couples will be entering mixed-sex civil partnerships. This follows approval of new legislation last week, with new regulations coming into force on 2nd December 2019. But what does this mean? How does a…

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    Anouska Musson

    Posted 11 November 2019
    by Anouska Musson .

    Septic Tank Discharges to Surface Water

    Holiday and residential parks

    In England, new rules are coming into force prohibiting having a septic tank discharging to surface water. Park owners with septic tanks discharging to surface water such as ditches, canals, rivers, lakes or any other type of watercourse will be…

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