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What happens if parents can’t agree on whether their child should be vaccinated?

On Tuesday 14th September, the Government announced that children aged 12 to 15 will now be offered a vaccination against Covid-19. Children will be offered the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine from 20th...

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What kind of family lawyer do you need?

If you need legal representation because you’re going through family difficulties, such as future child arrangements or separating finances, it can be difficult to know what your first steps should...

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What is sepsis?

Sepsis, sometimes called septicaemia or blood poisoning, is when your immune system overreacts to an infection and starts to damage your body’s own organs and tissues. Sepsis can affect your...

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Your legal guide to dealing with dementia

September is World Alzheimer’s Month; an initiative that is close to our hearts as a dementia friendly law firm. In this blog, Dementia Friends champion and Private Client lawyer, Anna...

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Manual handling: a leading cause of injuries at work

According to HSE, manual handling injuries account for 30% of all injuries in the workplace. These injuries can have serious implications for both the person involved and their employer, and...

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Everything you need to know about flexible working requests

One of the biggest changes to come out of the pandemic in terms of the way we work, is the increase in employees considering flexible working hours. Whether the idea...

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Care workers: can my employer make me have the Covid-19 vaccine?

From 11th November 2021, new legislation will come into force under the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 (SI 2021/891) which requires care workers...

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If I’m separated, can I take my child on holiday?

Travelling abroad from the UK has been severely restricted during the pandemic, and the rules around travel are still under review. However, for separated parents, the issue of international travel...

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Giving you our best – every time: our conveyancing team

If you have been buying or selling a house during the last 16 months, you will appreciate just how much of an impact coronavirus has had on the property market....

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Shoulder dystocia: how can improvements in care help prevent devastating outcomes?

Shoulder dystocia is a time-critical obstetric emergency and can result in death or severe brain injury in babies, as well as injuries to mothers. In February 2021, the Healthcare Safety...

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Maternity claims and the Early Notification Scheme

As you may have seen in the news recently, NHS Trusts are being investigated over the number of children born on their maternity wards with severe brain damage, were stillborn...

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What’s the difference between residential and commercial conveyancing?

Most of us will be familiar with the residential conveyancing process, either from buying a home ourselves or through a friend or family member’s experience. When it comes to buying...

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