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****FULLY BOOKED**** Will Aid 2023 is now OPEN!

Posted: 30 August

What is Will Aid? Will Aid is a fundraising campaign run by nine leading UK charities throughout the month of November. THB Solicitors have been taking part for over 10 years and are delighted to have raised over £20,000...

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New Sentencing Guidelines for Perverting the Course of Justice

Posted: 23 August

In a constant effort to maintain the integrity of the Justice System, in August 2023 the Sentencing Council published new guidelines for Perverting the Course of Justice. These will come into effect on 1st October 2023 in England and...

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SYSTEM MAINTENANCE – 22nd August 2023 9am-11am

Posted: 21 August

 

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Revised Sentencing Guidelines for Motoring Offences:

Posted: 18 August

In June 2023, the Sentencing Guidelines for Motoring Offences were revised and updated in England and Wales. Six of the existing guidelines were revised following the introduction of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022. These are as...

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Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 has recently come under the scrutiny of the High Court

Posted: 24 July

S25 Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 (‘S25’) has recently come under the scrutiny of the High Court What is section 25?   What is section 25? Section 25 is a crucial provision which empowers the Court to examine and make...

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Pre-nuptial Agreements come before the Court again

Posted: 24 July

Pre-nuptial agreements come before the Court again in the case of MN v AN EWHC 613 (Fam) The background of the case  In this case the wife had assets of £62,000 and the husband £32.5 million. In 2005...

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Diversity Data for 2023

Posted: 21 July

In accordance with SRA regulations we collect Diversity information, every two years, which is published here and forms part of the wider SRA strategy to develop diversity across the profession. Please use this link to download our diversity information for 2023.

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How to apply to vary or remove restraining order made in the Magistrates Court

Posted: 10 July

To vary or remove a restraining order made in the Magistrates’ Court you must be a prosecutor, defendant, or any other person in the order. In addition, you must fill out an application and must have a persuasive case...

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Permission for Take-Off… The Legal Position on Travelling Abroad with Children

Posted: 10 July

For many families, going on a summer holiday is anticipated with excitement all year long. When parents are separated, however, travelling with children can end up being a headache. You may be wondering if your children can go on...

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10 Reasons to Make Will

Posted: 04 July

A Last Will and testament is a legal document which allows you to decide what should happen to the assets of your estate when you die. Yet research, undertaken by Royal London in 2021, indicates that only 40% of...

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Expert legal advice with extra care

Why should I use a Lifetime Lawyer? Our Carly Dartnell is a proud Accredited...

- 16 February 2024

Grandparents rights with Social Services

Unless you have Parental Responsibility for your grandchild through a Child Arrangements Order or...

- 16 February 2024

Social Services and the Emergency Removal of Children

Social Services may be applying to the Court for an Order to protect your...

- 07 February 2024