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The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill introduces no fault divorce 01 July 2020

Family & Children Law
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How can I provide for my grandchildren under my Will? 16 June 2020

People often pay an inheritance to their children in the hope that it will be passed down the family line in due course. Yet in recent years, there has been a shift in focus with grandchildren receiving gifts under Wills. 

Wills, Probate & Estate Administration
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IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS ANNOUNCEMENT 28 May 2020

Coronavirus Update – 1 June 2020

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The latest guidance on pensions on divorce 12 May 2020

Pensions are an important asset which can cause problems between a married couple in divorce proceedings. The recent significant drop in the Stock Market has affected many pensions.

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Can you change maintenance arrangements during the Coronavirus pandemic? 01 May 2020

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How can you co-parent effectively during the Coronavirus pandemic if separated? 28 April 2020

Where parents are living in different households, the Government has clarified the advice on how to approach co-parenting.

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How to obtain legal advice on a family problem in these difficult times 21 April 2020

It is appreciated at Aldridge Brownlee LLP that we are all facing difficult challenges with the restrictions understandably imposed by Covid-19 which has changed the way we work.  

Family & Children Law
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Landlords must comply with latest energy standards 20 April 2020

Landlords of residential property could face high fines if they do not meet the latest energy efficiency standards.

Residential Property
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How do you witness a Will when social distancing? 17 April 2020

When making a Will it is important to remember that it must be dated, signed and witnessed correctly to be valid.

Wills, Probate & Estate Administration
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Why do you need to be aware of Capital Gains Tax when separating and moving out of the family home? 24 March 2020

The changes made in the recent budget mean that separating couples need to consider carefully when the family home will cease to be their principal residence for Capital Gains tax purposes.

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