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  • Posted on November 27, 2017
    Many unmarried couples still believe that if they live together for long enough, they will have the same rights and protection as married couples do. This is often known as the “common law marriage myth.”
  • Posted on November 20, 2017
    In 1837 the Wills Act was passed which still to this day governs the basic legal principles relating to Wills. Now, almost 200 years later the Law Commission have launched a nationwide consultation proposing to shake up the law relating to Wills to bring it up to date and in line with modern day society.
  • Posted on October 30, 2017
    It is, of course, very common for couples to live together without being married and indeed for children to be born into such relationships. The importance of having a will cannot be underestimated.
  • Posted on October 26, 2017
    As of March 2017 the then Lord Chancellor Elizabeth Truss changed the personal injury discount rate from 2.5% per annum to 0.75%, a rate that had not been reviewed for 15 years.

    The government now proposes to review the rate at lease every three years in future.
  • Posted on October 11, 2017
    So, it’s October and the new school year is now well under way. My youngest has just started school and almost immediately returned home with a form requesting my permission for him to receive a flu immunisation at school. Most parents, by the time their children go to school, already pretty much know where they stand in terms of whether they will have their children immunised or not. But, as school flu immunisations are a fairly new thing (even newer is that the nasal spray now comes in a choice of flavours, such as Milky Way!), it did make me think a little more about it.
    Posted in: Family, Children