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Witnessing a Will by Video-Link

The Government has announced that in September this year, people in England and Wales will be allowed to witness a Will over video call.

No-fault divorce

On Monday, 8th June 2020, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill passed its first hurdle in the House of Commons.

How to increase your chances of a successful sale

As we contemplate getting back on the move, some of us will be considering selling our most prized asset - our home.

Wardrobes, Wills and Pad Thai

As we contemplate the easing of lockdown and start to edge back towards normality, there is still time to do the things that we have tended to put off when life was moving at full speed. .

Green Shoots Appearing in the Housing Market

Buyers and renters in England will be able to move house again from Wednesday under plans set out by the government to re-start a housing market all but frozen by restrictions put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The Coronavirus Act 2020 and Rent Arrears

Information for Commercial Landlords and Tenants

Remortgaging during Covid-19

For some, there has been never been a better time to release equity, or switch to a cheaper product.

Creating a Will during lockdown

Creating a Will does not have to be a longwinded process and is something we are able to offer remotely, respecting the need for social distancing at this time.

Your Legal Wellbeing during Covid-19

An update on how we’re supporting our employees, and you — our clients.

Advice for Grandparents

For grandparents across the country, the recent Covid-19 pandemic has created – perhaps more than for any other demographic – a great deal of anxiety and concern

Arrangements for Children in Separated Households

In light of the uncertainty and confusion caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic, the issue of arrangements for children in separated households is one which needs urgent clarity.

Mediation & COVID-19

While, in many cases, it is necessary to take matters to a Final Hearing – in order to ensure that a clients' best interests can be fully protected – it is often the case that parties can explore other methods of resolving disputes