Disputes Involving Children

Disputes Involving Children

Unfortunate Family situations, at any time, can lead to unexpected disputes and can provide real difficulties for parents when trying to reach arrangements in respect of children. Our friendly team of Children Law Solicitors specialises in offering sensible advice to...
LPA delays start to ease

LPA delays start to ease

Applying for a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is an important decision.  When you put an LPA in place, you hand over control of your financial and medical life to someone else – known as an attorney – in the event that you are no longer able to make these...
Digital Executors

Digital Executors

A digital executor is someone you appoint in your Will who will be responsible for distributing your digital assets. Digital assets can include a variety of electronic records and files that are stored online, on mobile devices or on personal computers. They include...
New Cap on Care Home Fees

New Cap on Care Home Fees

The introduction of a cap on eligible care costs from October 2023 will, for the first time limit the amount people will have to pay towards meeting their eligible care and support needs in their lifetime. The cap will be set at £86,000 in October 2023. The...
An End to the Divorce ‘Blame-Game’

An End to the Divorce ‘Blame-Game’

The long awaited and significant amendments to the Divorce Laws in England and Wales came in to force on 6 April 2022 when the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 (also known as the “DDSA”) came into effect.  Previously there has been one ground for divorce-...