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Divorce in Later Life

Posted on 11th July 2023 in Family Law

Improved quality of life and life expectancy has increased the number of couples divorcing in later life, particularly over age 65, often referred to as “silver separators”.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Senior Associate & Solicitor

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School Holidays and Arrangements for Children

Posted on 11th July 2023 in Family Law

With the summer holidays just around the corner, we consider the different types of child arrangements that can be put in place and set out some additional points to consider.

Posted by

Bea Taylor

Solicitor

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GBS Awareness Month FAQs

Posted on 10th July 2023 in Medical Negligence

In the second week of Group B Strep Awareness month we take a look at six FAQ's regarding the bacteria, from what is GBS to what it could mean for your baby.

Posted by

Simon Mansfield

Partner and Solicitor

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Helena and Tamsin discuss what it is like for Ava living with a subtle brain injury

Posted on 30th June 2023 in Medical Negligence

During The Grand Appeal’s Wallace and Gromit Wrong Trousers day, Helena and Tamsin discuss what it is like for Ava living with a subtle brain injury

Posted by

Helena Campbell

Associate & Chartered Legal Executive

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The importance of concluding your case

Posted on 22nd June 2023 in Family Law

When you are divorcing there may be reasons why you would prefer not to fully conclude your case. However, it is important to be aware that not doing so could lead to further issues in the future.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Senior Associate & Solicitor

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Amendments to Awaabs Law 2023

Posted on 22nd June 2023 in Affordable Housing

Whilst there have been many amendments to the Social Housing Bill 2023, a legislation of key interest is Awaabs Law.

Posted by

Stephen Burtchaell

Partner and Solicitor

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Update! Further changes following the Charities Act 2022 being implemented today

Posted on 14th June 2023 in Charities and Social Enterprise

The latest round of changes to the Charities Act 2022 went live on 14th June 2023. Our Charities and Social Enterprise experts have put together a summary of the changes which include changes to the way charities deal with the disposal of land, changes to how permanent endowment funds can be used and changes to the rules around what a charity can be called.

Posted by

Amy Laver

Partner and Solicitor

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Diabetes Awareness Week 2023

Posted on 12th June 2023 in Medical Negligence

This week, Diabetes UK have launched their Diabetes Awareness Week, a campaign helping people understand the signs, symptoms and management of the condition.

Posted by

Clair Hemming

Partner and Solicitor

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What is the difference between Divorce and Annulment?

Posted on 05th June 2023 in Family Law

Our Family Law experts are often asked how an individual or indeed a couple might annul their marriage. There is a commonly held misconception that an annulment is easy to come by and is more straightforward and perhaps quicker to deal with than divorce.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Senior Associate & Solicitor

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New Family Friendly Legislation Given Royal Assent

Posted on 31st May 2023 in Employment

Three new Acts giving further employment rights to parents and carers received the Royal Assent last week.

Posted by

Joanna Parry

Associate and Solicitor

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East Kent Maternity Scandal update

Posted on 26th May 2023 in Medical Negligence

Today, more grieving parents have been sharing their stories of poor maternity care in East Kent Hospital Trust, resulting in avoidable injuries and the loss of their babies. 

Posted by

Helena Campbell

Associate & Chartered Legal Executive

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If someone is opposing my trade mark application what can I do?

Posted on 26th May 2023 in Intellectual Property

On application your trade mark is examined by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and then published on the Online Trade Mark Register for opposition purposes. During the 2 month opposition period any third party can to try and prevent it from becoming registered.

Posted by

Jessica Whittick

Solicitor