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Natasha Isaac, pupil at 1 Crown Office Row, summarises the latest guidance on family law in the case of No Deal Brexit issued by Resolution and the Law Society, with input from David Hodson OBE MCIArb and Daniel Eames. Find out more on the Law Society website here, or members…

First, an important warning. Under section 1(2) of the Protection from Eviction Act 1977 (“the 1977 Act”) it is a criminal offence for any person to unlawfully deprive (or even attempt to deprive) a residential occupier of any premises of his occupation…

The legal jargon involved in divorce and financial proceedings can be difficult to understand. We have summarised and explained some of the most frequently used legal terms to help you understand what they mean. An expert family barrister can help guide you…

In the second part of our series on criminal proceedings, we examine the differences between proceedings in the Crown Court and the Magistrates’ Court. Read part one here. I’m pleading not guilty to an either way offence, should I chose a trial…

Criminal law proceedings can be complex and it is sometimes difficult to know at which stage you might need the services of a legal professional. We have put together a two part series explaining some key aspects of criminal proceedings and how…

In the case of family disputes, arbitration is a method of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) whereby you ask a qualified independent third party to make a decision for you and agree to be bound by that decision. Arbitration offers benefits in that you…

Family proceedings can be stressful and as well as learning to navigate the legal process there is also a whole set of jargon to understand which can add to your anxiety. You’ll find below some of the most frequently used legal terms…

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