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When a plan is attached to a conveyance, it is often marked ‘for
identification purposes only’ in order to ensure that the plan is
not considered to be the definitive record of the property being
Recently, a dispute reached court after the boundary of a property that had...
Child Contact after Separation
When relationships break down parties often find it extremely
hard to communicate with one another, this can lead to matters
becoming increasingly acrimonious especially where children are
In the event you and your former partner are unable to agree on matters relating to your children...
A loved one has died, but left you nothing. Can you do something about it? Maybe. The will might be open to challenge on one or both of the following grounds:
Collaborative family law is a new approach to negotiating and
settling issues arising predominately from divorce or family
separation. Its aim is to resolve family disputes without those
inolved having to go to Court.
Through a series of meetings the separating couple and their lawyers seek to create a dignified...
Ever thought about the land under your feet? Do you know the history of the land surrounding your house? More and more land in the UK is being identified as contaminated land. Whilst contamination doesn't always have a detrimental effect your health, it can on your wallet.
Under the Environmental Protection...
In the current difficult economic times and with the unwillingness of most banks and buildings societies to loan much more than 75% of a property’s value, many parents are lending or giving money to their children to use as a deposit so that they can buy a decent home while...