Archive of: 2020
14 August 2020
The SRA (Solicitor’s regulatory Authority) have stated that all firms must have measures in place to keep client’s information confidential - it is required both by their rules and the law, including GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
13 August 2020
The Times newspaper has reported that COVID-19 has “split divorce specialists.”
In an article published on 06/08/2020 it is reported on a “flood” of applications from clients who are previously divorced or separated and now seeking to vary the term of child or spousal maintenance.
12 August 2020
HM Courts & Tribunals Service has confirmed plans to add portable toilets and waiting rooms to some existing court buildings in order to increase capacity.
11 August 2020
Your will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. If you make a will you can also make sure you don’t pay more Inheritance Tax than you need to.
10 August 2020
It is important legally, and also for your own peace of mind, to make certain your will is watertight and binding. It means that your wishes can be carried out in a timely and responsive way.
09 August 2020
Making a Will for peace of mind is good practice for us all. It can make sure that your wishes are carried out after you die. In the light of lockdown and social distancing, the rules are changing.
08 August 2020
The Ministry of Justice has said that a temporary statutory instrument will be laid from September this year. It will allow Wills to be witnessed remotely in England and Wales.
07 August 2020
Dad’s Unlimited, a charity based in Ashford, Kent, seeks to support dads and improve the lives for the children of separated parents.
06 August 2020
This recent message from The President’s Chambers has been issued to all those working in the Family Court system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
05 August 2020
The Guardian has reported that a billionaire has been ordered to pay £270m to charity following a divorce settlement