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Can a Landlord evict a Tenant during the Coronavirus Lockdown?

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Can a Landlord successfully evict a Tenant during the Coronavirus Outbreak and Lockdown? The Government has recognised that the Coronavirus emergency in the UK means that greater protection from eviction is necessary for both individuals and families as...

What to expect during mediation

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If you are attending mediation to resolve disagreements about some decisions relating to relationship breakdown, separation or divorce, you might be wondering what this involves. What to expect during mediation following separation A mediator is...

Keep calm for a happy family Christmas

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Talking and teamwork to tackle Christmas break-ups Divorce rates have fallen to their lowest level since the 1970s but marriage breakdowns continue to spike after the festive season, and professionals are encouraging couples with rocky...

New divorce laws aimed to reduce family conflict

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The Justice Secretary, David Gauke, has today announced new legislation to overhaul divorce law and reduce family conflict. Divorcing couples will no longer have to blame each other for the breakdown of their marriage. The announcement follows a public...

Meet Hannah, our newly qualified solicitor!

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Congratulations to Hannah who has recently qualified as a Solicitor within our Dispute Resolution team! Hannah joined the firm in August 2013 working as an administrator during her holidays from University before successfully securing a...

Tougher New rules for Landlords to protect tenants.

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Landlords could face penalties if they are not up to date with the latest legislation designed to protect tenants. New requirements from October 2018 centre around changes to Section 21 eviction notices for tenancies that were created before October...

Dealing with debtors

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Being in debt and being owed a debt can place significant stress on a person’s personal relationships, professional life and even their health. However, the situation can be worsened if relevant protocols are not followed by the person owed a...

Dealing with rent arrears - A 6 step guide for Landlords

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It’s every landlord’s nightmare. For whatever reason, your tenants have stopped paying the rent and are now in arrears. If you rely on their rent to cover the mortgage costs of the property, this can be a worrying time. Even if the property is...

5 steps to make child arrangements less painful, especially for the kids!

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Relationship breakdown can be difficult and highly emotional experience. However it can be ten times worse if there are children involved. Every situation will be different and depend on the unique circumstances of the family unit. Whatever happens, it is...

What are your rights as a step-parent?

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If you are a recently divorced step-parent and are wondering what rights you have with regard to seeing your step-children, there are a number of things you need to know. Here, we take a look at what happens after a divorce, what measures a step-parent can...