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When bringing a claim for personal injuries and subsequent losses it is necessary to prove: an accident occurred; tt was caused as a result of someone else’s breach of duty/negligence -ie it was someone else’s (“the Defendant’s”) fault; and that fault caused your injuries (and losses).
Finding out that you are pregnant can be one of the most amazing discoveries of your life. There may be a temptation to shout it from the rooftops. The feeling that you are bursting with happiness may be difficult to suppress, but it is common for women not to want to share their news too soon. Inherent feelings of caution and apprehension surrounding the early stages of pregnancy are perfectly normal reactions.
A Premarital Agreement (PMA) is a written agreement entered into by a couple prior to their marriage or civil partnership. The agreement establishes what the couple would like to happen to their assets and income in the event that their marriage or civil partnership breaks down. If a PMA is not drafted and the marriage or civil partnership does, in fact, break down, the Court has total discretion as to financial provision, i.e. the division of the couple's assets and income. In most cases, financial provision will be the core focus of the PMA, however, the agreement can cover other aspects too, such as provision for death by way of will – a solicitor can advise on what is reasonable and likely to be upheld by a Court.