Warning of neighbour disputes: Seek specialist help.

Posted by Asma on December 21st, 2015

The Times have reported a neighbour dispute which has resulted in a teacher, Carole Ann Green, being issued with a £50,000 legal bill over a fence which she installed some 15 inches on her neighbour’s land. Mrs. Green moved into an […]

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Homeless this Christmas, What can you do?

Posted by Asma on December 21st, 2015

This time of year most people will be buying gifts for loved ones to pile high beneath their brightly lit Christmas tree and exchange on a day filled with overindulging in treats, or at least some people do. However a […]

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Christmas Parties – Do’s & Don’ts

Posted by Asma on December 18th, 2015

Its Christmas Party season, a time where many let their hair down and have fun with their colleagues.  However you should keep in mind that though this is a party, you are still at work, and so need to behave […]

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Landlord in arrears: the Renters rights.

Posted by Chaz on December 4th, 2015

Do you rent from a private landlord? Thousands of people who rent from a private landlord are evicted at short notice when their homes are repossessed by their landlord’s mortgage company. The Citizens Advice Bureau’s recently published statistics show that […]

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Volkswagen emissions scandal – the latest news.

Posted by Asma on December 1st, 2015

Unless you have been living under a rock for over 6 months you will be aware of Volkswagen wrongly certified CO2 levels on their diesel cars. Now further crisis has been caused after VW have admitted that it is not […]

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What can I do about my noisy neighbours?

Posted by Asma on December 1st, 2015

Though many people may suffer from having noisy neighbours only a minority take action. Part of this minority are a couple from Ipswich who recently installed a ‘anti-child device’. The device emits a frequency that can only be heard by […]

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Addiction in the Family home

Posted by Asma on November 11th, 2015

  At the end of the stressful day or week at work, the majority of us can’t wait to get home, relax, and forget about work. But stress isn’t limited to work life, a number of things can cause stress, […]

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Grounds for divorce: Unreasonable Behaviour

Posted by Smitta on October 29th, 2015

Last week we went through the legal matters regarding adultery and its part in the 5 grounds for divorce. This week we are going through unreasonable behaviour, so what is it? First of all unreasonable behaviour is the most commonly […]

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Grounds for Divorce explained: Adultery

Posted by Smitta on October 19th, 2015

Adultery is one of the most common grounds for divorce in the UK. Though many are aware of the everyday definitions of this, the legal definition is somewhat different to this, and this is what we are going to go […]

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New Consumer protection laws

Posted by Asma on October 2nd, 2015

October the 1st did not only come with the new laws on smoking, but also saw new laws in regards to consumer protection, which will be great news for a lot of serial shoppers out there. Up until now consumers […]

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