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Personal Law Services
The law can be complicated so it is important to get the best advice available.
We have highly experienced solicitors specialising in all aspects of personal legal services.
Business Law Services
We provide a wealth of expertise for our commercial clients, representing them in the complete range of their business interests.
We have a skilled team of lawyers on hand to offer you a cost effective and tailored solution.
Q: My son has lived with me since I divorced his father when he was four years old. He is now fourteen. From the beginning the arrangement was that he would stay with his father every other weekend. However, since that arrangement was made his father has moved forty miles away and my son has developed a love for sport. This is causing arguments as my son wants to play in the school teams at weekends and do various other activities with his friends that his father refuses to take him to. His father says he has a right to stick to the access rights agreed in court but I feel my son is missing out on what he enjoys and is good at and wants to do. What should I do?Continue Reading
Q. I told my husband our marriage was over around a year ago but he is still sleeping in our bed. It isn’t too bad when he is working nights but when he is on days I am forced to sleep on the sofa. What can I do to get him out? He says he owns the house as much as me so he won’t leave.Continue Reading
Q: I was telephoned by a social worker to say my uncle is detained in a psychiatric hospital. I explained that I have had no contact with him for many years, though I was aware he suffers bouts of depression. I suggested I was not the best person to inform but she said this was standard procedure as I am his ‘Nearest Relative’. What is the implication of this?.Continue Reading