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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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Firm News

Fiona Dabell receives Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation

We are proud to announce that Senior Associate, Fiona Dabell, has become a member of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme. The Clinical Negligence Accreditation is a recognised quality standard for...

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Case Studies

Case study: co-ownership property dispute

Our litigation solicitors recently advised on a claim over a share in property that was co-owned between friends. Our client’s friend alleged that our client (Ms J) signed over her...

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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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Using the Help to Buy scheme to purchase a new build home

Trying to get on the property ladder can feel overwhelming, especially when you need to have at least a 10% deposit to even get on that first step. However, thanks...

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Case Studies

Case study: delayed meningitis diagnosis led to premature death

Our medical negligence solicitors advised the family of a woman who sadly died after sustaining a catastrophic brain injury after contracting meningitis. ‘Severe ear infection’ diagnosed by GP Mrs S...

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Buying a new build property: what you need to know

Buying a home is always an exciting time and there are plenty of reasons to be excited about buying a new build property. New build homes are a great way...

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Case Studies

Case study: adoptive placement dispute between two local authorities

Child law Associate, Clare Cox, recently represented the mother of one of two siblings (A and B) whose future was being disputed between two local authorities after care proceedings concluded...

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Why pension sharing in divorce is so important

One of the most stressful elements of divorce, separation or dissolution of a civil partnership, is often the separation of finances. Amongst the talk of what happens to the joint...

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