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The dangers of a DIY divorce

By |2021-04-30T10:50:46+01:00May 28th, 2019|Categories: Divorce & Family, General, Ward & Rider|

Reaching the end of a marriage is already an upsetting, stressful, and, often, messy time without the added stress of making it official through divorce proceedings. Despite the situation, whether there’s property, finances, or children involved, there’s a lot to sort through. What are the grounds for Divorce in the UK? ● Desertion ● Adultery ● [...]

How Do Personal Injury Claims Work?

By |2021-05-07T16:05:54+01:00May 15th, 2019|Categories: Personal Injury, Ward & Rider|

A personal injury claim is a legal case which you can pursue if you have been hurt in an accident that was not your fault. Essentially, it involves recouping monies from the person or person(s) who injured you during the accident. This is usually through their insurance provider. What is No Win No Fee? No win [...]

Understanding Power of Attorney

By |2021-06-29T13:58:10+01:00January 8th, 2019|Categories: Wills & Probate|

You may have heard the term ‘power of attorney’ bouncing around, especially if you or your relatives are ageing or have specific needs which may require this. Perhaps people are advising you to go down that route but you’re not entirely sure what it entails. Don’t worry, our blog seeks to inform you on the subject. [...]

Nine ‘Crash for Cash’ Fraudsters Pay Price for Their Dishonesty

By |2018-03-21T08:55:52+00:00March 21st, 2018|Categories: General, Personal Injury|

So called 'crash for cash' frauds are a blight not only on the motor insurance industry but also on honest drivers. The High Court made that point as it meted out stiff punishments to nine people who made dishonest compensation claims following alleged road accidents that never even happened. The nine, six of them members of [...]

Get it Right First Time

By |2018-03-07T11:21:52+00:00March 7th, 2018|Categories: Wills & Probate|

When a farmer's Will left almost all of his estate to a family discretionary trust, the estate administration proceeded without problems. The beneficiaries of the trust were his widow and daughter and, at the time of his death in 2005, his estate was valued at £3.2 million. The main asset in the Estate was farmland, which [...]

How does the divorce process work? A step-by-step guide

By |2021-05-20T11:01:22+01:00February 20th, 2018|Categories: Divorce & Family, Ward & Rider|

Filing a divorce can be complicating to understand and the process can seem gruelling. But our divorce lawyers have decided to craft a straightforward guide for you, explaining the process and answering key questions. How Do I Start A Divorce? Before you even begin filling out the papers, make sure you’ve checked off these important factors. [...]

Common Injury Claim Terms You Need To Know

By |2018-01-25T13:18:57+00:00January 25th, 2018|Categories: Personal Injury, Ward & Rider|

Sometimes personal injury terms can look like confusing jargon and a bit overwhelming. But in fact they are very easy to understand. So we’ve decided to collate a list of the most common personal injury terms and simplify them for you. Admission: When one side of the party agrees with something the other side has alleged [...]