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The school summer holidays are just around the corner and for separated parents, this can bring unwanted challenges. Families that are all together under one roof can struggle to get...
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Marcela Salter is a Duty Solicitor in the Criminal Law Team and Bell Lamb & Joynson. The role of a criminal law solicitor is diverse and incredibly interesting! We spend...
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The term “gaslighting” is increasingly being used on social media and on popular TV shows such as Married at First Sight, Love Island and in soaps. Gaslighting is an old...
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Residue of Estate: What Does it Mean?

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The term residue of estate holds a significant place in the realm of estate planning and administration. Understanding the residue of the estate is crucial for anyone involved in the...
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What Does a Conveyancer Check?

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Buying or selling property can be a complex and daunting process, filled with legal documents and intricate paperwork. A crucial player in the process of buying and selling a property...
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When a loved one passes away, dealing with the legal and financial aspects of their estate can be both overwhelming and upsetting. A crucial aspect is property valuation for probate;...
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Becoming a homeowner is a significant milestone, but the journey doesn’t end once you’ve signed your mortgage deed. Signing your mortgage deed can be exciting, but it’s important to understand...
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GBH Sentencing Guidelines Explained

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In the UK criminal law realm, offences involving violence are treated with the utmost seriousness. Grievous bodily harm (GBH) is one offence that carries significant consequences for individuals who are...
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This holiday season, let's run, laugh, and give back. Join us in spreading holiday joy through the Santa Dash – a celebration of unity, compassion, and the true spirit of the season!
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In the United Kingdom, manslaughter is a serious criminal offence that involves unlawfully causing the death of another person.​ ​ There are two main categories of manslaughter: voluntary and involuntary...
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