It’s that time of year again where you will make New Year Resolutions. Ones which will make your life easier but that are given up a few months later.
This year, why not make a resolution that is both achievable and can protect you legally.
We’ve all had noisy neighbours at some point in our life. Whether it’s the teenage son practising his drums or babies crying in the early hours, there are times when we’ve all had enough. But one noise complaint in particular has warmed our hearts at Bridge Law, as we remember that dogs are very much for life and not just for Christmas…
The Supreme Court has made their ruling on the case of Tuita International Limited (in liquidation) v De Villiers Surveyors Limited  UKSC77, which confirms how damages and pay-outs can be calculated in negligence claims against valuers.
The number of unmarried couples living together has grown from 1.5 million in 1996 to 3.3 million in 2017, and this trend looks set to continue with unmarried couples being the fastest growing family type in the UK.
Where there’s a Will, there’s a way, or so the saying goes. But when 40% of adults don’t have a Will and the number of cases where Wills are contested climbing, the law around Wills and what happens to your estate when you die can be confusing and easier to ignore. The team here at Bridge Law have sat down to answer your questions.
On 1 October 2017, a new Pre-action Protocol for debt claims came into force. This will have a significant impact on people and businesses involved in debt claims, or hoping to make a debt claim, so we sat down to answer your questions.
You pay your mortgage every month, it’s your name on the papers, so your house is all yours. Simple, right? Not for more than 1.2 million houses across England.
What a great achievement and a Judge we have worked alongside for many years…