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JMP Solicitors Duo Passes Prestigious CILEx Exams

Two legal executives from Grantham-based law firm JMP Solicitors have passed distinguished Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) exams. Personal injury trainee legal executive Emily Roche completed her level three CILEx exams to qualify as an associate...

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Divorce Law Change Welcomed by Family Lawyer

The government recently announced that divorce laws in England and Wales would change as soon as parliamentary time became available to implement them, with the introduction of a ‘no fault’ divorce seen as a major breakthrough. Neil Remnant, head of family law at...

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Christmas Contact Arrangements for Separated Parents

Contact arrangements can be fraught during the emotive time of the Christmas holidays and can cause a lot of conflict in separated families – even if there is a Court Order in place. To resolve these matters, every family will have its own individual needs...

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Rules of Intestacy

Three in five people die every year without a Will. That means their assets will be dispersed under the strict Rules of Intestacy. Here is how that plays out. Did the person who died have a spouse or civil partner? (Cohabitees NEVER qualify) If they did and have...

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Could you be owed compensation?

If you or your family have been a victim of medical negligence or of a personal injury that wasn’t your fault, you may be eligible for compensation. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable claims lawyers to discuss your case #just more personal. We recently recovered...

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Challenging a Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) Order

DoLS ensures that people who can’t consent to their care arrangements in a care home or a hospital are protected if those arrangements “deprive them of their liberty”. For example, some-one has gone into hospital for a routine procedure. They take a while to recover...

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Electronic signatures

The Law Commission has now confirmed that electronic signatures can be used to sign formal legal contracts under English Law via its consultation paper “Electronic execution of documents“ - published in August 2018. The law relating to signatures and other formal...

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