What does a decree NISI looks like?

Posted on Wednesday 7 April 2021

Unlike a civil partnership, marriage is considered a social contract between two partners who execute the contract as part of their willingness to stay and live together for an indefinite period. As part of the marital contract, both of the partners are entitled to several...


Getting divorced! Questions to ask your solicitor?

Posted on Monday 8 March 2021

A marriage's dissolution is always a massive test of character for the parties involved – challenging their emotional strength. It can be challenging to deal with, and you must be able to run to your divorce solicitor for help and support in sorting out the legal and...


Grievance Procedures: The Complete Guide

Posted on Tuesday 9 February 2021

A grievance procedure is a process that allows employees to raise a complaint with their employer. There are some steps that employees should take if they are facing a problem or want to make a complaint about their employer as well as things that they...


How to deal with disrespectful tenants?

Posted on Tuesday 2 February 2021

Anyone who has ever watched Channel 5 in the UK will likely be familiar with the concept of nightmare tenants. The prospect of dealing with such people can fill new and inexperienced landlords with a cold sense of dread. However, for many veteran landlords, it...


Is adultery a crime?

Posted on Monday 11 January 2021

For any act to be classed as a crime, it must break the law. The Oxford English Dictionary defines a crime as: "An action or omission which constitutes an offence and is punishable by law". However, the UK Victims Support Group states: "A crime is...


Can a solicitor breach confidentiality?

Posted on Thursday 7 January 2021

Every solicitor and employees in law firms know that they are obligated to protect confidential information relating to their clients' relationship.  However, what may be less understood is the ease with which that duty can be reached and the need to make sure that everyone...


Steps you can take when losing an Employment Tribunal

Posted on Thursday 17 December 2020

The Origins of Employment Tribunals  Employment tribunals are not a new thing. They were previously called industrial tribunals and first took place in 1964. Initially, employment tribunals only dealt with a small number of issues. As time has moved on, there are more and more reasons why...

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