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Client awarded £83,000 following gallbladder surgery

Keyhole surgery to remove your gallbladder – known as laparoscopic cholecystectomy – is one of the UK’s most commonly performed operations. Many people who undergo this surgery do so because...

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Case study: £100k award for nerve damage

A hand injury may seem like a relatively minor complaint. However, the sensitivity and movement in our hands is so important to our everyday lives that a serious hand injury...

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Couples to consider family mediation before court

Couples now have to consider family mediation before they are able to legally separate, under new laws announced in April 2014. The reforms have come as a result of the...

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Case study: dad denied contact with his child

This Thursday marks World Child Contact Day, an annual event which highlights the difficulties faced by the many families who are affected by child residence and contact issues. When parents...

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Beware the myth of common law spouse

Contrary to popular belief, there’s no such thing as common law marriage. In fact, the legal status of common law spouse – or the belief that couples who live together...

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Proposed new dangerous dog law

There has been an increase in the number of dog attacks over recent months and as a result,there is a need to promote responsible ownership. The Government has acted and...

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I do… but only with a prenup

It’s a common misconception that prenups are only for the wealthy. Indeed, there are many reasons to consider a prenuptial agreement, even if you don’t have substantial pre-marriage assets to...

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Low deposit? Not a problem with Help to Buy…

Rapidly rising house prices and the soaring cost of private rent means that for many, being able to save a deposit to buy their own home will seem an impossible...

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Parents in denial about impact of separation on children

Parents in the process of divorce are often in denial about how their separation has impacted their children, according to a recent survey. The report by parenting website Mumsnet polled...

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Firm raises over £3,000 for local charities in 2013

Staff at Barcan Woodward have raised over £3,000 for two local good causes as part of last year’s fundraising activity. During 2013 we were proud to support two Bristol-based charities...

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T’is the season to… divorce?

The tabloid media will have you believe the Christmas period is the catalyst for a high percentage of relationship breakdowns and that January is actually boom time for family lawyers....

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Case study: settlement for nerve damage caused by surgery

Nerve damage can occur for a number of reasons, including medical negligence. If your nerve injury has occurred because of sub-standard care, you may be able to make a compensation...

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