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British public largely unaware of drink driving law

July 27 2016

There has been recent research which suggests public knowledge of the laws surrounding drink driving in England and Wales is lacking. Click here to read more

4 different types of divorce

July 21 2016

Divorces can be a difficult time for everyone involved, yet they do not have to be overly complicated or drawn out. A peaceful divorce can save a lot of mental strain on all involved, as well as emotional pain and psychological effects on children.. Click here to read more

How Brexit could affect the National Family Law

July 14 2016

Since voting to leave the EU, a lot of important debates have gone underway in relation with the overlapping laws in the UK and the EU. One of which is the National Family Law. Click here to read more

What Brexit means for the Mental Health Act

July 08 2016

As a result of the EU referendum, the UK has decided to leave the EU, but what does that mean for the Mental Health Act? Click here to read more

Your rights when buying a second hand car

July 04 2016

Approximately 6 million used cars get sold each year to new drivers and experienced buyers. While most of these transactions go on smoothly, some do not. Click here to read more

How will Brexit impact law firms?

June 27 2016

This past Friday, the people of the United Kingdom made a momentous decision that changes everything we know about our place in the world and our standing on the global political stage. Click here to read more

Is your employee handbook contractual?

June 22 2016

When we start a new job, we all sign a contract that outlines the terms of our employment. However, for many of us that generally isn’t it as far as paperwork goes. We’ve all experienced it: excited for a new job, ready to get to know our new colleagues, until a hulking handbook lands on our desk. Click here to read more

Can I get a quick divorce?

June 15 2016

Early last month it was reported that the actress Billie Piper’s divorce from her husband Laurence Fox was an especially quick divorce, with the court ruling taking all but 50 seconds. Are these sorts of quick divorces realistic, and if so what can you do to get one? Click here to read more

Employment Law Case Study - Long Term Sickness Absence

June 13 2016

Case study written by employment law solicitor Gaynor Beckett Click here to read more

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