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  • Posted on February 2, 2021
    Family law solicitors know that separation and divorce enquiries spike when couples spend longer together, such as during school holidays and over Christmas. During lockdowns, couples have no breathing space and this places an enormous strain on relationships. Financial concerns add to the pressure as people find themselves worrying about job security, furlough or redundancy.
  • Posted on August 2, 2017
    It is never nice when a company or an individual owes you money.

    Whilst it is always advisable to try and resolve disputes in respect of money directly with a debtor before seeking legal advice, this does not always work. Here at Quality Solicitors J A Hughes one of our experts will be able to advise you as to whether or not you have a good claim in respect of the money you are owed and the likelihood of recovery.
  • Posted on February 1, 2017
    It is common knowledge that we should all have a will, or we take the risk that our wishes may not be abided by, but all too often we do not even consider giving a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) or just put it off to a later date, by which time it may well be too late. There is also a misconception that an LPA has to be something that you only need to consider once you reach a certain age but anyone can lose capacity at any point in their lives, whether it be through an accident or illness. The Alzheimer’s Society estimates that by 2025 there will be one million people that will be living with Alzheimer’s and it will be essentially impossible for these people to deal with their own finances.
  • Posted on January 24, 2017
    How to make a claim if you have an accident whilst on a winter sports holiday

    With winter sports season in full swing, QualitySolicitors has developed ten top legal tips on how to claim for compensation if you are unfortunate enough to suffer an accident on the slopes that wasn’t your fault:
  • Posted on January 18, 2017
    Every landlord lives in fear of their tenants becoming ‘nightmare tenants’. Your property is usually the most expensive thing you own so it’s essential to ensure that you have the right people living in your property. Unfortunately, even the most experienced landlords can find themselves involved in a long and costly process of reclaiming their property should things go wrong.

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