Dispute Resolution For Individuals Articles
In this article, Solicitor and dispute resolution expert Parveen Sidhu looks at the instances where you can Contest a Will...
Neighbour Disputes are more common than you think…Best to Avoid?
How a cohabitation agreement can help you protect your property interests if your personal arrangements should change
Known as TOLATA, an Act of law can be used to help resolve property ownership disputes. How does it work?
Read more about Online Dispute Resolution and views that smaller value civil claims can be sorted by ODR instead of blocking-up valuable court time, freeing them up to hear heavier-weight cases that are currently in a pandemic bottle-neck.
Forfeiting and unwanted tenants are being given Christmas and New Year at home. Read more...
Solicitor Madhvi Panchal joins the expanding Dispute Resolution Team
There's an increasing number of contested probate cases where the needs of other parties outweigh the child's claim to an inheritance from their parent.
New law (Practice Direction 51Z) gives landlords new rights during Lockdown to deal with unwanted trespass and squatters.
Coronavirus Help: Quick Top 10 Tips if you are facing personal or business financial debt worries and cannot honour contracts for bank lending, mortgage payments, travel, insurance, work, family, home and more...
The Legal Services Board and Law Society researched the perceptions and experiences of 28,633 people about their legal needs, there were some interesting findings.
Solicitor Parveen Sidhu outlines the main points of interest for beneficiaries wishing to contest a will.
Solicitor, Ruth Jewell, outlines the main points of interest for Executors and Trustees of Estates when a contentious probate claim has been made against an Estate
A recently concluded case, Bates v Post Office Ltd, has brought into question the efficacy of the contracts between sub-postmasters and the Post Office, in terms of their implied duty of good faith in ‘relational’ contracts. In a landmark case which concluded in recent days, the High Court has ruled that sub-postmasters' contracts with the Post Office were "relational contracts", in which there was an implied obligation of good faith.
A landmark ruling in a contentious probate case has recently been reported upon by Gordon Exall, Barrister, Zenith Chambers, Leeds & Hardwicke, London. The case, in which a ‘limitation amnesty’ was agreed between parties in reference to a claim that the monies left on trust by her late husband, were not sufficient to meet her needs, has hit the legal press following a statement in the ruling by Mr. Justice Mostyn.