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Employment Tribunal Fees to be Abolished

Employment Tribunal Fees to be Abolished

In a landmark decision today, it has been decided by the Supreme Court that the Government’s decision back in 2013 to charge Employment Tribunal fees was unlawful and will be quashed.

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Categories: Employment

The Division of Assets in Short Marriages

The Division of Assets in Short Marriages

When a relationship breaks down and the couple decide to divorce, their finances are taken into account as part of the asset division process.

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Categories: Family Law

The Electronic Will Revolution?

The Electronic Will Revolution?

The Law Commission for England and Wales has said that current will writing methods need to be modernised, they have suggested that electronic communications such as text messages and emails could be used as a will in certain circumstances.

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Categories: Wills & Probate

Great-grandmother died after heart valve was fitted wrongly

Great-grandmother died after heart valve was fitted wrongly

What should have been a routine procedure with a 6% mortality rate, ended in tragedy after a surgeon unknowingly fitted a heart valve the wrong way up.

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Categories: Personal Injury

Family Law: Adoption

Family Law: Adoption

A case taken to the High Court has ruled in favour of a mother who wanted to prevent her parents bringing up her children after she gave them up for adoption.  She did not even want them to know she had given birth to twins and this ruling means they never will.

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Categories: Family Law

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