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Insight & opinion
A recent report has shown that the removal of legal aid for disputes concerning children has had a direct effect upon the justice system with a significant rise in the number of people acting without legal representation, known as ‘Litigants … Continue reading
There are two ways of owning property and land in the UK for co-owners. Both use words that are commonly connected with landlords and tenants but that is misleading as it suggests such a relationship when none exists. The two … Continue reading
In less than a month, 32 teams will begin their challenge for the World Cup title in Brazil. With England’s first match taking place on 14 June, now is the time for you to start considering the possible effects this … Continue reading
Following the introduction of the Family Court on 22 April 2014 mediation is compulsory for many more married and unmarried couples dealing with separation. The withdrawal of legal aid has left many unable to afford access to legal advice at … Continue reading