News Team on 13/08/2019
There is a huge increase in the amount of older people living alone, prompting concerns from lawyers of an increase in elderly and vulnerable abuse cases, according to new statistics from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
News Team on 13/08/2019
The volume of legal services work in Britain could fall by £3.5 billion in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Law Society of England and Wales.
The law is full of little pitfalls during divorce which clients can be oblivious to. At times like this during the divorce process, careful and considered advice is incredibly important, explains LSL Family Law's Linda Lamb...
News Team on 07/08/2019
Calls for the care crisis to become a top priority for the UK Government have been renewed with Dame Barbara Windsor’s open letter to the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson
While there is still no clarity as to the potential impact of Brexit on UK family law, most commentators anticipate a significant upheaval in family law delivery by the justice system post-Brexit. Until the government publishes its legislative programme, it is only possible to make general comments as to the likely shape of the future legal environment, explains Barbara Reeves, a partner at Mishcon de Reya
News Team on 31/07/2019
The UK Court of Appeal has issued a decision in a high profile 1975 Act inheritance claim, overturning a previous decision to allow Mary Cowan to claim financial provision from her late husband's £16 million estate
News Team on 29/07/2019
The Law Society of England and Wales has endorsed Accuity, a provider of financial crime screening, payments and know your customer (KYC) solutions, as its preferred provider anti-money laundering (AML) solutions to the legal sector
News Team on 23/07/2019
Court disputes between divorcing couples over money have risen by 20 percent to 3,176 in the last year alone, according to figures from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ)
News Team on 22/07/2019
A businessman from the north of England has been ordered to reveal the source of funds used to start and develop his £10 million property empire, the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has revealed.
News Team on 17/07/2019
The former head of private client at Kingsley Napley, Matthew Duncan, has been fine £15,000 for mistakenly allowing the transfer of over £1.5 million from a deceased person’s estate to his client
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