Case shows importance of keeping clear notes during course of litigation.
Judgment shows estrangement not ‘fatal’ in challenging wills.
Satisfaction levels and trust in lawyers rising slightly, while unbundling is failing to take off.
Solicitors for the Elderly says it has concerns for older and vulnerable people if Law Commission proposals are implemented.
Helping people navigate their lives can be immensely rewarding, hears Grania Langdon-Down, but where is the next generation of private client solicitors?
In Sharp v Sharp, the Court of Appeal held that held that the wife was correct to contend that the combination of potentially relevant factors was sufficient to justify a departure from the equal sharing principle.
E-signatures have had formal legal status for 17 years but are still science fiction for many legal purposes.
Why should insurers continue to take a premium after the potential basis of a claim to arise has stopped? The current system is inequitable