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Child Contact
As the number of coronavirus (Covid-19) sufferers continues to rise rapidly in the UK, the nation’s schools have now been…
Problems entering a neighbour’s land to repair property – by Jenny Kemp of WBW Solicitors
There are many reasons you might need access to your neighbour’s land to repair or maintain your property and it…
pointing finger blame
A monumental reform of the divorce laws should see the ‘end of the blame game’ which currently requires separating spouses…
upset child
In an ideal world, separating parents would sit down and amicably agree future arrangements for their children. Break-ups, however, are…
Three ways to negotiate a financial settlement on divorce
Three ways to negotiate a financial settlement on divorce The divorce rate for heterosexual couples in England and Wales may have hit a…
Continuous improvement – or an unexpectedly costly invention?
Creativity, innovation and continuous improvement are buzzwords in almost every organisation, as businesses seek to identify something that will give…
What rights do you have to see your grandchildren?
Grandparents often enjoy a special bond with their grandchildren and it is one that parents usually treasure. However sometimes, whether…
Sorting out holiday childcare arrangements
While the long summer holidays are eagerly awaited by many, for divorced and separated parents the childcare challenges they throw…