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Can your family settle out of court?

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Feuding families have been urged by senior solicitors to try and settle their differences out of court. This is to avoid lengthy delays caused by a backlog of cases caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The world is starting to return to a level of normality,...

We are here for every step - London Legal Walk

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What is the London Legal Walk? The London Legal Walk is an annual event that is put on by the London Legal Support Trust , an independent charity that raises funds for free legal support and advice services in London and the South East. Setting Off The...

What Happens if I Lie to Police about a Friend's Crime?

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The short answer is that you may be guilty of one or more of several crimes. Do you have current criminal charges? If you have lied to the police about a crime that one or more of your friends have committed, you could face some significant consequences....

What are my rights as a Tenant?

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A tenant in a private rented property has a set of rights over their Landlord. Which the Landlord is obligated to fulfil during the term of the tenancy as part of the contractual relationship they have together. There is a wide range of tenant rights, the...

Will being racist help put to stop knife crime?

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Or will new powers further show a disparity in the numbers. After the poor final result in one of the best European Championships that England have seen, we as a country where let down by the minority of the majority of fans who were unable to behave. From...

Are You Considering Adoption?

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Adoption  is the process of where parental responsibility is transferred from the birth parents to the adoptive parents. This process means the birth parents lose rights and parental responsibility to care for the child. This may be because the...

Child Law & Social Services

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  When do you need to get a solicitor involved and what can they do? When social services involve themselves with your child’s welfare, it means that the local authority or social services are concerned about your child or have reason to...

Wills & Estate Planning

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What to Consider When Writing Your Will A Will is a legal document that expresses how you want your assets to be divided after your passing. No one can predict the future, but you can take the necessary steps now to protect your assets and have peace of...

An Acquitted Result is a Quick Result

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We at Wainwright and Cummins are very proud of the outstanding work done by our own Rachael Archer In one of her cases that ended in June 2021, we firmly believe that this result was only possible because of her keen insight and excellent eye for...

What is Family Mediation?

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Mediation is a voluntary and amicable alternative solution to settling and negotiating on matters that arise during a divorce process for you and your ex-partner. It is a means to reach a decision in a safe place without the need for long drawn out court...

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