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Divorce law shake up: ‘no fault’ divorce from April 2022

One of the biggest changes in England and Wales family law is one step closer to being put into action. The long-awaited ‘no fault’ divorce is due to come into...

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‘Fire and rehire’: is it legal?

The Government’s furlough scheme is due to end in September 2021, and employers and employees alike will be thinking about what that means for them. Whilst employers will be concentrating...

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End of the eviction ban: what landlords and tenants need to know

The Government has confirmed that the eviction ban will end on 31st May 2021. This means that landlords can now proceed with evictions as they did prior to the coronavirus...

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Court of Protection rules that carers can help vulnerable people visit sex workers

In a recent landmark judgment, the Court of Protection heard a case concerning a 27-year-old man suffering from autism. Due to his mental disabilities, the man, known as C, lacked...

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What is the law on electric scooters?

Residents in the South West can now use electric scooters to get around as part of a government trial. The region is the first in the UK to offer Voi...

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Surrogacy law and its proposed reforms

For many couples, surrogacy has been a way of bringing a child into their lives who shares a genetic link with either or both of them. So how does surrogacy...

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What is the family mediation voucher scheme?

On 26th March 2021, the Ministry of Justice launched a mediation voucher scheme in an effort to help families avoid going to court. The voucher scheme provides a contribution of...

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What is occupational asthma?

Asthma is a very common respiratory condition which affects over 5.4 million people in the UK. Asthma has a variety of different causes including genetics, hay fever, living conditions and...

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Guide to brain injury and rehabilitation

Brain damage or injury can have a long-term effect, not only on the person it’s happened to, but on their loved ones too. Depending upon the severity of the head...

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Health and safety in the workplace

You may associate health and safety at work with factories or construction sites, but every employer has a duty of care to protect their employees in the workplace. Health and...

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Training as a solicitor during a pandemic

Whether you’ve dreamt of being a solicitor from the moment you could talk, or you had a life-changing realisation that you wanted to change career later in life, training to...

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Employment law changes to look out for in 2021

You don’t need us to tell you that 2020 and the start of 2021 has been a challenging time for employers and employees alike. From furlough to ensuring businesses are...

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