When exactly can you defend a claim for a parking fine? The general rule is of course that you cannot. If you park where it is prohibited or where a ticket is required, you will usually have to pay up.
What happens to the house is a question that often arises on separation or divorce.
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It may seem a long time away or you may not want to think about it, but Christmas is only around the corner. For separated parents this is a time of year that often causes arguments and disagreements as to what time the children should spend with each parent.
The recent news that Aretha Franklin died on 16 August 2018 intestate (without leaving a will) ought to prompt the millions of people who have not made wills to reflect. The Queen of Soul reportedly left a fortune equivalent to approximately £62m.
Supportive parents are important whether living together or apart but being separated can bring additional challenges. We set out below a few tips which may be of help:
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“North West Law Firm Celebrates Success With Expansion Into Yorkshire”
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The Supreme Court recently reached a decision in the long-running saga of the Pimlico Plumbers case. The judgment, which dismissed an appeal from Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and held that the Respondent Gary Smith was indeed a “worker”, has been held up as a significant blow to “gig economy” companies (such as Uber and Deliveroo) who purport to be a platform for self-employed contractors rather than employers.