On 9th April, the Government announced plans to reform current divorce law with the aim of reducing family conflict. Currently when applying for a divorce, only one party can make the application (the Petitioner). In the application, the Petitioner will need to state that the marriage has broken down irretrievably and rely on one of…

The short answer to that question is . . . not yet. In November’s newsletter, I wrote an article warning that the Government was about to bring in a massive increase to the fees charged to obtain probate. The proposed changes will increase probate court fees from the current cost of £215 (or £155 if…

Not many people agree on things nowadays. There is probably an even split about Brexit, and whether it is a good or a bad thing. But one thing most people do agree with, is that solicitors should be more open about their fees. The truth is that the average person who has not got a…

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