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The end of a marriage is never easy to go through, but the divorce process itself doesn’t have to be complicated. This clear guide will take you through the legal steps necessary to get a divorce.
The end of a marriage is a very emotional experience to go through. But if your marriage has broken down, there are five legal grounds that you can use to file for a divorce.
Mediation is considered to be one of the most effective ways to solve disputes without the need for litigation.
It's difficult to think about a time when you can no longer look after yourself. But it's important to plan for your future to make sure your loved ones have the legal capability to make the right decisions for you.
Writing a will is an important part of life and having one can make a big difference to your loved ones.
The emotional and financial strain of contesting a will can be a lot to bear, especially when you've just lost a loved one. There can be a lot of confusion about the process and costs of contesting a will. But if you believe that you have been left out of someone's will, you might have the legal right to dispute it.
What does power of attorney mean? Put simply, power of attorney is a legal document that starts the process of handing over the responsibility of your affairs to a loved one or relative when you, the donor, become unable to tend to them yourself.
Conveyancing, simply put, is the process of transferring the legal ownership of property or land from one person to another. When buying a house, it is best to have a licensed conveyancer or solicitor in mind before continuing any further.
With so many law firms and legal professionals to choose from, how can you tell if you have found the right one? Here are 4 signs that should tell you you’re in safe hands and offer added peace of mind.
With the holiday season just around the corner, many parents in the UK will be preparing to care for their children over the Christmas break. In cases where parents are separated or divorced, this can be a particularly delicate matter – even leading to conflict over where a child will be on key dates such as Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.