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What is a Living Will & do I need one?

ADVANCE DECISIONS aka Living Wills In recent weeks we have seen a wave of uncertainty and panic across the world.  The current Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in many people looking at how they can

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Coronavirus: Can I still make a Will?

Oliver Nelms - Private Client SolicitorWith the continued escalation of the Coronavirus situation around the UK and the world, it is little surprise that the question many solicitors and Will makers are

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Get Your Will Done

‘Over half of UK adults don’t have a Will’Do You Know the Cost of Dying Without a Will? Making a Will can seem like a daunting task and it is one we usually put off. But with the Treasury gaining

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How the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting more than just our health

Self-imposed confinement is predicted to cause a spike in divorce rate.There is no question that the everchanging Coronavirus climate is certainly unsettling, particularly for those who are vulnerable

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Divorce and Separation Lawyers

If you are you are looking for a divorce lawyer near you, our dedicated team of family law solicitors are handpicked for their experience in working with people who are seeking legal assistance for a relationship

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Opposite Sex Civil Partnerships – What’s the difference?

The 31st December 2019 marked the eagerly awaited first day of registration of heterosexual couples entering into civil partnerships.  This official day follows the Civil Partnership (Opposite-Sex Couples)

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Divorce – It’s not your fault

Quite often the most sensible solution is divorce, but sometimes no one is at fault.  What then is the best way to resolve the matter?  There is now a much needed reform to current family law.   Eve

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If you’re tempted by online divorce, tread carefully!

Thankfully, things are getting simpler for couples who want to go their separate ways. Perhaps you’ve read in the news recently that the stress of applying for a divorce could be eased thanks to a new

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Grandparents’ right to see grandchildren after divorce could be protected

Divorce and separation can be a huge emotional drain on all involved, but one element that is all too often overlooked is the relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren. When access to grandchildren

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Is Gary Lineker right about us divorce lawyers?

By Stephen Wilmot, Family Law Solicitor, Tunbridge Wells We solicitors do have a moderately painful reputation … and of course, we can have a laugh about it at parties. But I’m on a mission to

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