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The importance of choosing your executors carefully

One of the most important decisions you’ll need to make when writing your Will is who to choose as your executors. Your executor has an important and responsible role. It’s...

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When is the right time to write or update your Will?

It’s a commonly-quoted statistic that 70% of the UK adult population doesn’t have a Will; however it’s a lesser known fact that the majority of Wills in place are out-of-date...

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How to buy property at auction

Buying a property at auction conjures up a vision of frenzied activity, quick-fire action and big potential profits – but only if you know what you’re doing. In many ways,...

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Firm News

Jay Nathwani joins clinical negligence team

We’re pleased to announce that Jayshree Nathwani has joined the firm in the role of Associate. Jay joins the medical negligence team from Exeter-based Parlett Kent, where she was appointed...

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Surgery suspended due to risk of harm to children

Children’s surgery has been suspended at a private hospital in Surrey after the care regulator for England reported serious concerns about standards of care there. The Care Quality Commission (CQC)...

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Case Studies

Case study: compensation for delayed cancer diagnosis

It was recently reported that a 26 year old woman from Bristol died from cervical cancer after her request for a smear (cervical screening) test was turned down due to...

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How to buy property as cohabitees

It’s safe to say that there are many misconceptions when it comes to buying property together as an unmarried couple. But contrary to popular belief, there’s no such thing as...

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Divorcee danger: the perils of online and DIY divorce

A quickie divorce for £99? It’s an appealing headline and one that might make you think twice about instructing a solicitor. After all, how tricky can it be to manage...

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How will legal aid changes affect your family?

On 1st April 2013, the scope of services covered by legal aid was reduced significantly and legal aid funding has been withdrawn for the most frequently-seen family disputes. However, legal...

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Firm News

Claire Hurrell joins clinical negligence team

We’re pleased to announce that Claire Hurrell has joined the firm in the role of assistant solicitor. Claire joins the clinical and medical negligence team from Exeter-based Parlett Kent. As...

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How does family mediation work?

When it comes to family mediation, the important thing to remember is that you’re in control. By sitting down and negotiating, you’re taking charge of your own future. You’re making...

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The NHS has “a legal duty to be honest about mistakes”

The government has today announced a raft of measures intended to ensure that the NHS moves to eliminate lapses in patient care and safety. The most significant of these proposals...

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