Submitted by admin on September 13, 2017 Submitted by admin on April 05, 2017
This article addresses the key failing of many conveyancing solicitors, namely ‘poor communication’ and the devastating impact this can have on your property sale or purchase.
Approximately ⅓ of property sales fall through and in many cases, this is down to poor communication.
Conveyancing is primarily about collating and interpreting documentation and either responding to the buyer's solicitors enquiries or reporting back to a buyer about the property they intend to buy.
Submitted by admin on February 08, 2017
Controversial proposals to change the way personal injury claims for soft tissue injuries are processed have been heavily criticised by lawyers.
The new system raises the limit for claims through the small claims court from £1,000 to £5,000 for whiplash and minor psychological injuries sustained in road traffic accidents.
Submitted by admin on November 03, 2016
Because a civil partnership is a legally-registered relationship, anyone wishing to end the partnership must do so through a legal process. A civil partnership may be ended in one of 3 ways:
- A dissolution order
- A separation order
- An annulment
What is a dissolution order?
Similar to a divorce, anyone seeking a dissolution order must apply through the courts for the order to be granted. The petitioner must prove that the partnership has irretrievably broken down due to one of the following reasons:
Submitted by admin on June 13, 2016
Immigration law and visa requirements change frequently. If you have an immigration-related problem, it can be difficult to understand what to do, how to do it and who to speak to.
If English is not your first language, it can be even harder to find out how to proceed.
For many people the thought of incurring costs is a barrier to asking for legal advice, even when it is clearly the best way to tackle their problem.
Fortunately it is possible, for those who need it, to obtain free or affordable help or advice in other ways.
There are 2 types of legal aid
• Civil Legal Aid – for problems such as housing, debt and family.
• Criminal Legal Aid – for those facing criminal charges