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Straightforward Employee Solutions:

Posted: 11 April

How our Solicitors ensure clarity in settlement agreements Settlement Agreements are pivotal in resolving employment terminations, offering a structured path to closure for both employers and employees. Our legal expertise ensures that these agreements are crafted meticulously, safeguarding your...

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Seizure and Retention of Property in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings.

Posted: 14 March

Police powers in relation to seizure and retention of property concerning a police investigation is covered under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984, section 19. However, all police officers adhere to the regulations outlined in this legislation...

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Expert legal advice with extra care

Posted: 16 February

Why should I use a Lifetime Lawyer? Our Carly Dartnell is a proud Accredited Lifetime Lawyer. They’re some of the most qualified specialists in the country in helping you make decisions and plans for the future. Here’s some of...

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Grandparents rights with Social Services

Posted: 16 February

Unless you have Parental Responsibility for your grandchild through a Child Arrangements Order or Special Guardianship Order, then you are not automatically involved in care proceedings concerning your grandchild. Social Services, also known as the Local Authority, may have...

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Social Services and the Emergency Removal of Children

Posted: 07 February

Social Services may be applying to the Court for an Order to protect your child in an emergency. Social Services have duties to protect all children in their area. If they believe your child is at immediate risk of...

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Balancing Scales: Weighing up the legal issues of Fitness to Plead challenges.

Posted: 29 January

What is fitness to plead? The concept of fitness to plead refers to the ability of a defendant to understand and participate fully in the legal proceedings against them. This can be applicable to those with a mental disorder,...

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A person’s rights whilst detained at the Police Station

Posted: 12 January

A person’s rights whilst detained at the Police Station and should a solicitor be present? During a detention at the police station in England and Wales, the police are required to follow a protocol. As outlined in the Police...

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Family Mediation

Posted: 23 November

What is Mediation? Family mediation is a method of alternative dispute resolution. It works by instructing a neutral and independent third party to help you resolve a conflict or dispute in an attempt to reach a mutually acceptable resolution....

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Voluntary Interviews

Posted: 23 November

In the last decade, the number of arrests made by the Police have halved. A study produced by the UK Home Office shows that in 2010, 1.3 million arrests were made falling to 632,000 in 2021. Among the many...

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Overcrowding in Prisons across England and Wales

Posted: 16 November

In October 2023, the Justice secretary announced a greater population within the prison system across England and Wales. This has led to overcrowding and a current record of approximately 88,225 people who are remanded or serving their custodial sentences....

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Non-Accidental Injury and Care Proceedings

What happens after Children’s Services becomes involved? Following a referral to Children’s Services in...

- 22 April 2024

Straightforward Employee Solutions:

How our Solicitors ensure clarity in settlement agreements Settlement Agreements are pivotal in resolving...

- 11 April 2024

Seizure and Retention of Property in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings.

Police powers in relation to seizure and retention of property concerning a police investigation...

- 14 March 2024