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November 14, 2023 Comments Off

Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy, happiness and where families come together. However, if you are newly separated and have children to contend with then this can prove difficult to

March 7, 2023 Comments Off

There are many misconceptions about civil litigation that can prevent individuals from pursuing legal action when they have a valid claim. Here are five common myths about civil litigation debunked: Myth: Civil litigation

March 7, 2023 Comments Off

Civil litigation is a legal process in which two or more parties pursue legal action against one another to resolve a dispute. The disputes may involve a wide range of issues, such as

March 7, 2023 Comments Off

Filing a civil litigation claim can be a complex and intimidating process. To ensure the best outcome, it's important to avoid certain mistakes that could negatively impact your case. Here are the top

March 7, 2023 Comments Off

Civil litigation refers to the process of resolving disputes between individuals or entities through the court system. Here are six common types of civil litigation and some tips on how to prepare for

February 8, 2023 Comments Off

Conveyancing is the legal process whereby a person transfers the ownership of real estate or other interests in an asset from one person to another. It involves a comprehensive range of activities, including

February 8, 2023 Comments Off

Choosing the right conveyancer for your needs can be a complex endeavour, with many considerations to consider such as cost structure and experience. It is important to ensure that you have access to

February 8, 2023 Comments Off

Buying or selling property is often a stressful process, but by following a few simple tips you can help ensure that the conveyancing runs smoothly. Paperwork frame: First and foremost, make sure you

December 21, 2022 Comments Off

Litigation is the process of taking a dispute to a court of law.  If parties cannot agree between themselves about the fair and proper outcome of a dispute, they will present their respective

December 21, 2022 Comments Off

On 6 April 2022 the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 (“DDSA 2020”), introducing “no fault” divorce, came into force in England and Wales. The new procedure under the DDSA also applies to the dissolution