Law News April | Round up

Posted by admin on April 12th, 2017

Life support for children After a long court battle, judges have finally come to the decision that if doctors think it is best to remove a child from life support they can do so. Even if the decision goes against […]

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A guide to child maintenance

Posted by admin on March 31st, 2017

Both parents are legally responsible to bring up their child while covering all the financial costs. If after a separation or divorce, one parent is the sole or main provider for the children, the other parent can demand an allowance […]

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DWS Polish Legal Services

Posted by admin on March 31st, 2017

DWS Polish Legal Services DWS now offers legal services for poles living in the UK. For many people who speak other languages, legal services can be hard to navigate. With the help of Katarzyna Sulikowska our polish speaking lawyer, we […]

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Discriminatory Dress codes in the Spotlight

Posted by admin on March 31st, 2017

Women’s issues and gender equality has been at the forefront of the news and the media for the past couple of weeks. Issues ranging from inequality in the workplace, reproductive rights, discrimination and harassment have all been brought to our […]

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Law Update: Laws that will affect you in April

Posted by admin on March 30th, 2017

April 2017 is set to see some big law changes that will affect most people. Here’s a roundup of the all the laws that come into place from next month:   National Living wage Rise Its’s good news! If you’re […]

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What should you do if your former partner no longer wants to see their kids?

Posted by admin on December 9th, 2016

Separation or divorce are staging times for families and especially If there are children involved. Keeping them out of all affairs can be hard task and can prove challenging for both parents especially if one parent feels the other us […]

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DWS Takes part in the Fosse Apprentice Challenge!

Posted by admin on December 6th, 2016

Our staff members at DWS recently took on the Fosse BBC Apprentice challenge – we were given the task to buy as many festive related items as we could within £20 including food, drink and chocolates. And all for a […]

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The Investigatory Powers bill will become law

Posted by admin on November 30th, 2016

It’s official. After months and months of debating and speculation ‘the snoopers bill’ will now be becoming law. So, what is it? And how will it affect you? The government and home office state that the bill is there to […]

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What can happen if my child gets in trouble with the police?

Posted by admin on November 28th, 2016

One of the many things parents fear is their child getting in trouble with the police – it can have huge consequences on your life and seriously impact your relationship. However, it’s important to make sure that you understand the […]

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Family Law: Order Passed To Allow Girl’s Body To Be Preserved

Posted by admin on November 22nd, 2016

In a rather unusual and rare court case a judge has ruled that a 14- year old girl will be allowed to be cryo-preserved after her death. Over a month ago the unnamed 14-year-old girl passed away with a rare […]

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