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21st October 2020
How Long Does It Take To Get a Divorce

How Long Does It Take To Get A Divorce?

When a marriage breaks down the next step is for the parties to take legal action to dissolve the marriage. We know this is a big step with significant repercussions for the family unit. A common question we get asked is how is how long does a divorce take? In short, the answer is to how long it takes to get divorced is around 4-6 months if everything goes smoothly.
15th October 2020
Can You Have A Good Divorce

Can You Have A Good Divorce?

Can you ever have a “good” divorce? Yes - Ayesha thinks you can. Whether it’s dissolving a marriage or a civil partnership, a good divorce is one where the parties remain amicable, they step away from their emotions and put their sensible heads on.
8th October 2020
Should violent offenders go to prison for longer?

Should violent offenders go to prison for longer?

Should violent offenders go to prison for longer? As a lawyer who has acted for victims of violent crime for years, this is a subject I feel very strongly about.
27th August 2020
What if I need to change my Will

What if I need to change my Will?

When you make a Will the plan is always that it is to last until you die. However, we all know that is not always the case ....
30th July 2020
9 Types of Medical Negligence

9 Types of Medical Negligence

When you visit a medical professional, the assumption is that they are going to provide you with a high quality of care and treatment. While this […]
16th July 2020
How to make a Successful Flight Delay/Cancellation Claim?

How to make a Successful Flight Delay/Cancellation Claim?

Flight claims can appear to most people as hassle and time consuming. Particularly when you have suffered the audacity of a flight delay...
6th May 2020
What are your options as an Employer if you have been affected by the Coronavirus

What are your options as an Employer if you have been affected by the Coronavirus?

If you have been affected by a downturn in work due to the coronavirus, then as an employer you will have to decide what you do […]
4th May 2020
How Do You Decide Who To Make Redundant Out Of Your Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic

How Do You Decide Who To Make Redundant Out Of Your Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic

During the current Covid-19 pandemic many employers may be faced with the decision of making their employees redundant. If an employer wishes to make an employee […]
1st May 2020
Can I ask to be furloughed?

Can I ask to be furloughed?

In this current Covid-19 pandemic, there are lots of questions that employees are currently facing in respect of being furloughed. A common question amongst the employees; […]
23rd April 2020
Employment During COVID-19

Employment During COVID-19

There is a lot of confusion around working and pay during the coronavirus epidemic and lockdown. The pandemic is having a devastating effect on our economy […]
15th April 2020
witnessing a Will during Covid-19

Witnessing a Will during Covid-19

The numbers of people writing a Will has risen dramatically as a result of the coronavirus. If you do not have a Will and this has been on your to-list then, now might be the time to take that important step.
9th April 2020
Redundancy And Settlement Agreements

REDUNDANCY AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS

As a result of the coronavirus are you at risk of losing your job? Has the term being “laid off” or “redundancy” been mentioned? If so, then it is likely to be a worrying time for you.
6th April 2020
CO-PARENTING DURING COVID-19

CO-PARENTING DURING COVID-19

On 23rd March 2020, the government issued advice on social distancing and warning people to stay inside their homes and avoid any contact with non-household family members. However, the guidance explained where parents do not live in the same household, children under the ages of 18 can be moved between their parents’ homes.