Rights of way exist when the owner of one piece of land is allowed to cross a piece of land owned by someone else. These rights of way can allow someone to cross the land by foot, in a vehicle, on a horse or a combination of uses. They may also only allow access for... Read the rest of this entry →
Charlotte Lowe – dispute resolution solicitor – answers three of the most commonly asked Property Dispute questions.
I have a right of way over my neighbours’ property but they are stopping me from using it; can I do anything? You can take action (including court proceedings) against your neighbour if their actions amount to a “wrongful interference” with your right of way. Whether something is a wrongful interference depends upon the circumstances... Read the rest of this entry →
Kirsty Morbey – associate solicitor – discusses: How Will Brexit Affect Family Law in England and Wales?
Since Brexit became a reality, there has been much debate about the future disassociation of the UK from the European Union. As many family lawyers know, sometimes divorce proceedings can become extremely complicated, highly emotional and often end up with a result that neither side is particularly happy with. Obviously the hope is that the... Read the rest of this entry →
Recent press coverage has again showed that the NHS is struggling to cope with the pressures currently being placed upon it. Despite the NHS’s budget being ring-fenced from spending cuts, NHS Trusts in England has been unable to control its spending and has overspent its budget by approximately £2.45bn in the financial year to March... Read the rest of this entry →