Monthly Archives: April 2011

Instigating an Injunction

Applications for Injunctions are becoming increasingly common, particularly amongst celebrities who frequently want to prevent publication of newspaper stories about them.  However, Injunctions can be a useful tool in a variety of disputes. On an almost weekly basis, we hear … Continue reading

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Facebook Increasingly Relevant in Family Law Cases

Love it or hate it Facebook is now clearly a part of everyday life for a vast proportion of us.  Recent statistics show that one in thirteen people on earth hold a Facebook account with over 50% of those logging … Continue reading

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The Budget and Inheritance Tax

There was one change announced in the recent budget regarding Inheritance Tax.  It will come into force for deaths post 6th April 2012 and it will mean that where a testator leaves more than 10% of their net estate to … Continue reading

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Improved Rights for Grandparents Coming Soon?

In many cases when parents separate there are unfortunately disagreements between the parents about contact arrangements.  Commonly grandparents are also affected by this and in many instances either lose touch with their grandchildren completely or only see them within the … Continue reading

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