Finding a training contract that’s right for you is a critical step in anyone’s legal career, so when Bianca Jones and Olivia Stibbs were looking for a law firm that … Read more
Once Ruth Sampson had made up her mind that law would be her chosen career, she embarked on a process of University study and on-the-job training to acquire the necessary … Read more
Not all break ups that result in divorce are acrimonious – following the demise of the Chris Martin/Gwyneth Paltrow relationship in 2014, divorce is seen differently with couples agreeing to … Read more
Having a Will in place will provide peace of mind when it comes to appointing guardians to look after your children. Hopefully the guardians will never have to take up … Read more
Wright-v-Wright – Court of Appeal (February 2015) – A meal Ticket for Life?
The Court of Appeal decision in the case of Mr & Mrs Wright has been widely reported … Read more
The mortgage rate war among lenders has resulted in fixed rates falling to record lows, which is good news for borrowers!
It is now possible to fix rates for up … Read more
House prices reportedly rocketed in 2014, with the highest increases seen in London and the South East. According to data collected by Zoopla , the average property value in the … Read more
The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 has been reformed and a community protection notice may now be issued when a person’s conduct is having a harmful effect on … Read more
Since the 4th December this year stamp duty has changed dramatically.
Before the reform stamp duty was charged on the whole of the purchase price. It is now levied progressively, … Read more
Christmas and New Year are just around the corner and I am sure that many of you reading this blog will make resolutions (as I will) that are ultimately doomed … Read more