19 Aug

No-Fault Divorce: The Blame Game is set to end in Autumn 2021

After a campaign lasting over 30 years for no-fault Divorce, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received Royal Assent on 25 June 2020. Currently, when

14 Aug

The Dangers of a DIY Divorce

It is not hard to see the attraction of trying to save money by handling the legal process yourself and doing a DIY divorce. Court

12 Aug

Furlough Leave is Ending Soon. What Can I Do to Protect My Job From Redundancy?

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the furlough scheme) has played an indispensable role in protecting jobs from redundancy during the Coronavirus pandemic. The latest figures,

16 Jul

McKenzie Friend: Help or Hindrance?

What is a McKenzie Friend? It is a fundamental principle in this jurisdiction that parties involved in litigation have the option to represent themselves. These

07 Jul

I’ve Received a Letter Before Action – What Do I Do?

There are a lot of businesses and individuals who will testify to having experienced the following: a normal day, going through the usual routine and