UK's highest court will shortly hear two eagerly awaited decisions on divorce and civil partnerships.
Judges told communications should be expressed in appropriately sympathetic and apologetic language.
Resolution says it is ridiculous that Tini Owens has to go to the Supreme Court to be granted a decree nisi.
The Will Writing Company fell into adminstration less than two years after it was authorised as an alternative business structure.
We need tougher rules on lasting powers of attorney but the Ministry of Justice appears indifferent.
This week’s starred Law Reports - including two landmark human rights decisions in the Supreme Court.
Proceedings related to seven children for whom a final care order had been made in respect of each in favour of the same local authority. Some of the children were in foster care and others in specialist placements. All were subject to certain restrictions on their movement or liberty.
The third respondent, presently aged 11 months, suffered acute brain injury following severe hypoxia during labour and delivery. He was admitted to the paediatric intensive care ward of the applicant hospital. The hospital applied for declarations that the provision of life-sustaining treatment was no longer in his best interests. The ...
Your article on sexual harassment gave me much comfort, but it is heartbreaking to read that such behaviour is so common in 2018
I read with interest Philip Evans’ 16 April letter (‘A better way for an LPA’). He suggested a single-page certificate similar to a grant of probate as proof of a lasting power of attorney, to avoid the lengthy work involved in certifying current powers.
The targeting and detaining of undocumented Caribbean migrants who (it must be not be forgotten) were invited to work in the UK, and have been living, working, raising families, paying taxes and collecting pensions since the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush in 1948, is grossly unconscionable, divisive and utterly disgraceful.