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Obtaining a divorce is not a complex matter. However, it does involve a rigid statutory procedure that must be followed.
Sorting out the finances on divorce can be the most difficult part of a marriage breakdown to resolve.
Collaborative family law is a dignified and cooperative approach to negotiating, in which the commitment of the parties and their lawyers is to achieve a settlement that is as suitable as possible for all parties concerned.
The Government used the Queen’s Speech to start its ‘fight-back’ following poor local election results for both the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats.
Since 26 May 2012 most web site operators must now ensure that they obtain the consent of anyone visiting their website before placing cookies on the visitor’s computer.
A tenant application for consent to assign a lease can sometimes prove a fractious affair and can strain relations between landlord and tenant.
New 2012 Regulations require at least one legible no-smoking sign to be displayed in a smoke free premises or vehicle.
Some of you are more than well acquainted with the law on town and village greens and the threat to development that it poses.
The alcohol strategy consultation (“the Consultation) published on 28 November 2012 seeks views on a number of proposed changes to the licensing laws.
Residential property taxation: Introducing the new Annual Residential Property Tax and extended Capital Gains Tax rules for ‘non-natural persons’
The Finance Bill 2013 was published on 11 December, along with the Government’s much awaited response to their consultation on “Ensuring the fair taxation of residential property transactions”.
Given the present state of the economy, it is reasonable to assume that 2013 will see a continuation of businesses attempting to restructure their liabilities in order to stay afloat.
The ex-wife of Del Monte’s chief executive and chairman has agreed to a divorce settlement of £15m.
E:gen newsletter focuses on offshore property joint ventures, permitted development rights and more.
The latest edition of Need to Know HR Update Issue Two 2013.
The last five years has seen the end of a love-in between central government and housing associations. The government likes local authorities again — or at least hates them less.
Issue 3 of Winckworth Sherwood’s Need to Know employee law update is now available.
The European Union is now committed to reducing harmful emissions across the continent, with the focus of recent regulation set on plant and machinery installed within buildings.
An independent review published in April 2011 looked into the way that capital is spent on schools in England and recommended a complete overhaul of the system.
The number of pupils in England is rising and there are high levels of demand for pupil places, which local authorities are struggling to meet.
Underperforming schools are being asked to work with sponsors to provide vision and support.