What is an annulment of marriage?

What is an annulment of marriage?

Posted on Thursday 24 September 2020

Separation between couples has been on the increase over the years. Unlike before, it has become somewhat easier to bring a marriage to an end now. A marriage can be legally ended in two ways. These methods are annulment and divorce. A divorce legally ends a marriage, and...

Tier 4 Visa: 10 Steps to apply for a student visa

Tier 4 Visa: 10 Steps to apply for a student visa

Posted on Wednesday 23 September 2020

If you have ever thought of studying in the United Kingdom, then you must apply for a student visa. Getting your student visa (Tier 4) can be overwhelming, especially if you do not know the UK visa requirements and important application dates. You can only...

How to rebuild your life after divorce?

How to rebuild your life after divorce?

Posted on Monday 21 September 2020

Unfortunately, not every marriage ends in 'happily ever after'. You have both tried your level best to make it work, to move past betrayal, to rekindle the undying love and passion you once had for each other all those years ago.  However, the harder you...

how to make a will

How to make a will?

Posted on Monday 21 September 2020

Life is unpredictable. You never know what will happen when or how your circumstances might change. As such, any adult should have an up-to-date will at all times. A will is a legal document stating where your assets should be allotted if you are ever...

Help with paying legal costs!

Help with paying legal costs!

Posted on Monday 21 September 2020

Over the years, the existence of justice and the standard judicial system has increased the nation's state and make the lives of the oppressed better, hence making the world a better place.  Everyone deserves a fair justice system; however, justice is not cheap to some...

Child Maintenance: When does it stop?

Child Maintenance: When does it stop?

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

Divorce is mostly the decision of one partner. Sometimes, it could be a mutual decision between both partners. However, divorce does not automatically end the responsibility that comes with being a parent.  There are several students in higher institutions across the UK, many of whom...

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COVID-19: Employers’ Liability Claims

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

*Please note that the following article refers only to regular employees who work for a traditional employer. People who are self-employed or "gig economy" workers are unlikely to be able to claim compensation under common civil employment laws, even if they contracted Covid-19 while working. ...

Anti-Money Laundering: Small Firms and Risk Assessments

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

Money laundering is a term used to describe how criminals disguise and integrate illegal financial movements into legitimate economic systems. It can pose problems in both the short and long-term and has the potential to disrupt the integrity of entire financial institutions.  National economies and...

Human rights under the Equality Act 2010

Human Rights under the Equality Act 2010

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

The Equality Act 2010 is an anti-discrimination and human rights bill that was put into effect on 1 October 2010. It protects everyone in the United Kingdom against harassment, discrimination, and victimisation.  Compositely, it strengthens and streamlines roughly 40 years of equalities legislation. The Act...

Criminal Injuries Compensation: An In-Depth Guide!

Criminal Injuries Compensation: An In-Depth Guide!

Posted on Thursday 17 September 2020

Every year in the UK, thousands of assaults and physical attacks are reported. Often, the victims are left with injuries, both mental and physical, which can significantly affect their lives. The CICA (Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority), was set up in an attempt to help these victims benefit...

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