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Social media usage is one of the most popular online activities. In 2019, an estimated 3.5 billion people were using social media worldwide.Almost every client who is involved in family proceedings has a social media profile; we look at the potential...
Can you actually force a parent to 'be' a parent when they decide that the role isn't for them? We look at the legal side of this debate.A difficult family situation​As a family law solicitor I am often consulted by parents, usually fathers (and so f...
We have revamped our popular seminar schedule and are hosting free Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney & Contested Probate seminar in January (Brentwood) and February (Upminster) as well as a new seminar focused on issues r...
The Ministry of Justice confirmed that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill entered Parliament on 7 January 2020. The Bill seeks to introduce a 'no fault divorce' in England and Wales, whereby couples can get divorced without blaming the othe...
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that ethical veganism constitutes a belief worthy of protection under the Equality Act 2010. A former employee claimed that he was unfairly dismissed was on the basis of discrimination an...
Shaviram Normandy Ltd recently made a successful application to modify a restrictive covenant on a building in Basingstoke, despite opposition from the freeholder, lending hope for property developers in similar situations.Normandy Hous...

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