25 July 2018
The government's lack of interest in no-fault divorce is baffling.
23 July 2018
Family Law 2018 by Jane Sendall
As a long-retired solicitor I was approached recently by an old friend and client. He wanted to know what the words ‘safe keeping’ meant. I was intrigued and he explained.
I only passed three O-levels when I took them at 16 (in 1965).
The SRA has announced that the Compensation Fund levy for firms will be increased.
When I enter my offices I see doors marked ‘COLP’, ‘COFA’, ‘MLRO’ and the recently added ‘DPO’.
13 July 2018
At the Children’s Society we are determined that no child will be left in legal limbo.
9 July 2018
The basis for PI reform is completely without merit, yet the government has been intransigent.
The other day, as I paid a visit to the old firm, a sepulchral calm appeared to have descended on the family department.
‘Slow to anger, swift to praise.’ The line from Tennyson came to mind on having learned of past-president Paul Marsh’s death.
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