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Clients seeking legal advice about a divorce will almost always want to understand how the financial dealings and divorce process will work together.Firstly, divorce and finances are two separate legal procedures. You can have a divorce without dealing with finances, but you cannot have a full and final agreement on finances that is legally binding unless you also have a divorce. Our specialist Family solicitors will always advise you to deal with your finances at the same time as the divorce.
Sign…. Before you Jump! Waivers appear to be everywhere: trampoline parks; bouncy castles; parachute/bungee jumps; charity obstacle courses; even children’s sports days for the parents' 100m dash!; even before your first work out at the gym! You may be asked to sign a waiver before undertaking these or a similar event, but are they legal?
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The Government has announced its plans to abolish the Section 21 eviction process otherwise known as the ‘no fault eviction’. This poses the obvious question of whether in fact, Housing law is moving towards a more tenant friendly approach and whether this will be the potential solution for the leading cause of homelessness in England.