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Forget me Knots

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Author: Andrew Olins

A new draft guidance has been produced on Japanese knotweed and its impact on residential property by RICS. The hope...

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Steps to Prevent your Child Being Taken out of the Country – Port Alert Orders

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Author: Yasmin Kibble

Taking your child abroad without the permission of the other parent may be considered abduction under UK law.  According to...

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Buying a property with your partner? Should you enter into a cohabitation agreement?

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Author: Fiona Kelleher

Firstly, what is a cohabitation agreement? Cohabitation agreements record the intentions of couples or other parties who agree to live together...

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Sex and divorce for same sex couples

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Author: Charlotte Southworth

Marriage is now, we are generally led to believe, the same for heterosexual and homosexual couples, but is it? There...

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Surge in homeowners releasing cash for their children

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Author: Jane Beaven

It has recently been reported that there has been a surge in over 55s using equity release to access decades...

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What is an overage agreement?

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Author: Mithun Rabheru

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Author: Bill Bidder

An overage agreement is an agreement whereby a purchaser of land agrees to pay the seller an additional sum of...

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“Cheaters never prosper”. Provocation of cheating by Essay Mills is to be criminalised.

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Author: Celia Whittuck

BBC News published an article last week confirming that “Contract cheating [by] essay mills [are] to be made illegal in...

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Saving your marriage by understanding divorce

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Author: Charlotte Southworth

As a family lawyer specialising in divorce my presence at the weddings of family and friends is often noted with...

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Sharing information about Children Cases on social media can mean 10 years in prison and a £22,423 fine!

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Author: Prabhleen Kundhi

The overarching rule in private Children Act proceedings is that that the proceedings are confidential. The reason for this is...

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What if I cannot afford to pay my Family Law legal fees – Legal Services Payment Orders

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Author: Yasmin Kibble

After the withdrawal of public funding for most family matters, some parties may struggle to afford the legal fees involved...

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