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Your guide to the employment tribunal reforms

The HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has announced plans to reform employment tribunals so that they are more efficient for all parties involved. Employment tribunals can be vital in...

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Case study: contention over the gift of a property in a Will settled

Our contentious probate solicitors recently settled an interesting case regarding the validity of a Will that was drafted by a former Partner (Ms T) of Barcan+Kirby. The case involved the...

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How do you end a civil partnership?

If you want to end a civil partnership, you need to apply for a ‘dissolution order’ which dissolves the partnership. The process is similar to that of divorce in marriage,...

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Remote witnessing of Wills extended until 2024

The pandemic has undeniably had a lasting effect on the way we do things. Legal systems are not immune to this and legislation around Will writing and witnessing has even...

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Childcare arrangements over the holidays

Holidays such as Christmas or Easter are often associated with spending quality time together as a family. However, if parents have recently separated or are struggling to agree on child...

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Case study: £450k for delayed rectal cancer diagnosis

Our medical negligence solicitors acted on behalf of Mr B who received a delayed diagnosis of rectal cancer, which led to metastatic disease in his lungs and liver. Visits to...

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Case study: defending an Inheritance Act 1975 claim

Our inheritance disputes solicitors recently advised a family in defence of an Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 claim. Our specialist team was instructed by the child (J)...

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Employment law changes in 2022

The last two years have brought about plenty of changes in employment law. From furlough to hybrid working, there has been a lot for employers and employees alike to get...

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Case study: £650k for man who passed away from untreated sepsis following heart surgery

Our medical negligence solicitors acted for a widow whose husband died from untreated sepsis following a coronary arteriography. Hospital admission with atrial fibrillation Mr D (our client’s husband) underwent a...

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Maternity scandal report: ‘normal births’ and how care can change for the better

Today (30th March 2022), the final report into the maternity scandal at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) was published. It follows a five-year independent inquiry led by Donna...

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Should I leave my house to my children in my Will?

Your house is most likely your biggest asset and leaving your home to your children in your Will could help to secure their future. However, a substantial gift in a Will...

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Example case study: negotiating a Pension Sharing Order

The following case study is based on a matter that our divorce finance solicitors typically take on. Our divorce finance solicitors advised a client on the division of her husband’s...

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