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Families and autism: How we can help

03/12/2021

Need help to draw up an LPA or a Trust for a child? Head of Wills, Probate and Trusts, Zoe Fleming, can help.

Marriage breakdown? It’s Good Divorce Week

01/12/2021

Are you seeking a child-focused approach following a marriage breakdown? Family Law Solicitor Lauren Townson tells you everything you need to know about Resolution lawyers.

The fuel crisis: Our advice for employers

05/10/2021

The fuel crisis has caused mass panic up and down the country as employees have tried to get to work. Read on to find out some advice for employers to consider while staff may be having trouble commuting.

Compulsory ADR is around the corner 

28/07/2021

Judges ordering parties to engage in ADR is not deemed in breach of the Human Rights Act, according to a report form the Civil Justice Council. Read on to find out more about compulsory ADR.

School holidays and separated parents

26/07/2021

If you and your former partner are unable to agree as to how much time your children should spend with each of you over the school holidays, you may need to seek the intervention of the Court and apply for a Child Arrangements Order. Read on to find out more.

Want to be a Lawyer? We share the routes to get there.

22/07/2021

There are now many different routes to take if you'd like to become a Lawyer, such as qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive (CILEx). Read on to find out more.

Pre-nuptials and post-nuptials: The implications of agreements

14/07/2021

In the event of a marriage breaking up, a court will generally take pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreements into account, so they can be very useful.... here's a helpful guide from our Family Team.

Trainee Solicitor: A day in the life of Hollie Griffith

24/06/2021

Trainee Solicitor Hollie Griffith gives an insight into what life is like in the legal profession. She's recorded a day in her life as a Trainee as a helpful guide for those considering training in law.

Cheers to us…. Marsden Rawsthorn wins epic pub dispute

22/06/2021

Dispute won: We are proud to share news of our latest win - our client's long-standing feud over ownership of a pub.

Why you should consider a Lasting Power of Attorney

20/05/2021

Marsden Rawsthorn is calling on families to create a Lasting Power of Attorney this Dementia Action Week. The Alzheimer's Society's awareness event, which runs until May 23, aims to get support to nearly one million people in the UK with dementia and their families.

Inheritance Act 1975 claims: What am I entitled to?

05/05/2021

Do you think you should have inherited a share in a property? Dispute Resolution solicitor Katy Rider tells you everything you need to know about claims you can make against an estate under the Inheritance Act 1975.

We share our top tips this Stress Awareness Month

28/04/2021

This Stress Awareness Month, our Solicitor Katy Rider has some top tips to ensure stress is minimised when you are attempting to settle a legal dispute.

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