Government ministers are considering changing divorce laws that would hand grandparents a legal right to see their grandchildren after a family split.
A sex discrimination challenge brought before an Employment Tribunal this week could have ‘significant ramifications’, it has been warned.
Campaigners are calling for a review of the criminalisation of forced marriage, claiming that the law stops victims from speaking up as they do not want to see their parents end up in jail.
In recent weeks, HM Land Registry has been trying to raise awareness of property and conveyancing fraud in an effort to ensure homeowners don’t get caught out.
Here at Mackrell Turner Garrett, we are regularly asked to advise company directors on the rules surrounding electronic direct marketing, namely marketing to particular individuals by phone, fax, email, text or any other type of “electronic mail”.
2017 saw the greatest levels of inward investment since records began, a new report has revealed.
A new study published this week suggests that a staggering 5.4 million UK adults are ‘completely perplexed’ by Wills and ‘would not know where to start’ if they wanted to write one.
Resolution has called for an “urgent reform” in divorce law to reduce the emotional impact it has on children.
A new study published by cloud software provider Xero towards the end of November reveals that the average small British business is now owed almost £25,000 in late payments.
The results of a recent study have led researchers to call for the Government to implement changes in the laws surrounding the use of religious vows and rituals in civil ceremonies.
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