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In a recent case, the High Court ruled that a touring caravan which had been brought onto land and affixed permanently was not a ‘dwelling-house’. The decision came after the owner of the caravan, who had resided permanently in it for six years without a planning application being made or planning enforcement action being taken,…

A recent decision of the Court of Appeal has emphasised the importance of the provision of good quality, relevant evidence in cases involving children. The case concerned a council’s decision to place two children up for adoption against their mother’s wishes. In such cases, the stakes are high as the future of the child, as…

A sad recent case illustrates the wisdom of appointing a professional person to assist when substantial family funds are being administered.  The case involved a disabled woman who received a settlement of £2.6 million in 1999 from Grimsby Scunthorpe Health Authority as a result of negligent treatment at the time of her birth. She suffers…

Pre-nup ruled unenforceable by English court Wife awarded £8m despite pre-nup agreeing to £850k UK government poised to legislate on pre- and -post nup agreements When the marriage of a wealthy Scandinavian couple broke up, the English court had to consider the effect of a pre-nuptial agreement (‘pre-nup’) which they had entered into in their…

It is normal for any building divided into flats to have rules relating to the use to which the flats can be put, as well as other internal regulations. The potential scope of such regulations was tested in a recent case which dealt with whether or not it was reasonable to have a rule that…

The Care Act 2014 was given Royal Assent on 14th May 2014. The Act deals with several aspects of social care and the financing of social care and it is the first law to put a national limit on the amount that a person will have to pay for care. The Act also includes measures relating to increased transparency and quality across the care…

Get in Touch Charlotte Fox offers a fixed fee initial meeting of one hour to discuss your personal circumstances, your options and your next steps, at a cost of £95 (inc VAT). Charlotte will meet you in our Reading Berkshire office, alternatively meetings can occur by telephone. If you would like to meet with her…

Get in Touch Chris Miller works alongside Justin Sadler in the Litigation Department on a wide range of civil litigation matters including Debt Collection and possession claims, as well as assisting with contentious probate matters. If you would like to know more or arrange a fixed fee appointment, please call us on 01189  589711. Or email Chris Miller at [email protected]

Get in touch Hilary Buckle offers a fixed fee initial meeting of one hour to discuss your personal circumstances, your options and your next steps, at a cost of £95 (inc VAT). Hilary specialises in all aspects of private client work, including Wills, trusts and probate matters. She is a member of the Thames Valley branch of…

Get in Touch Our Property and Commercial Department is headed by Martin Reynolds an experienced commercial solicitor with a background in commercial dispute resolution and insolvency law. To contact Martin and his team; call 0118 958 9711 or email [email protected]

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