Court Decides Missing Huddersfield Man is “Presumed Dead “ against family’s wishes

After more than 8 years, a judge in Leeds has decided that Steven Frank Cooper of Golcar, Huddersfield, who went missing in January 2008 must be presumed to have died, despite the opposition of [...]

Could Brexit cause more accidents at Work?

By now, most of us have heard the arguments for and against staying in the European Union.  The Brexit backers want to ‘take back control’, with one of the aims to reduce the perceived regulatory [...]

Domestic Violence and Johnny Depp- What We Can Learn

The stormy marriage of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has hit the headlines recently. There are allegations that Depp tried to suffocate Heard with a pillow. Heard also applied for a restraining [...]

Separation and How the Courts Treat Dance

As a mum of a 12 year old dancer, I know just how much work goes into dancing both by the children, and also by the parents. I stop short of calling myself a “dance mum” for fear of evoking [...]

How do you Choose your Conveyancer?

What follows is the findings of a consumer survey, details of which appear on Today’s Conveyancer, aimed at the conveyancing profession:- “A recent survey has revealed that most home buyers rely [...]

Inheritance Disputes – the Dementia Time Bomb

In the UK some 800,000 people are living with dementia; over 64,000 in our region.  Rising property prices, the baby boom and the wealth of the over 50’s have led to an increase in inheritance [...]

Northamptonshire Grandmother Wins Fight for Proper Support

A 62-year old Northamptonshire grandmother is celebrating a victory after a hard fought fight with Northamptonshire County Council.  The grandmother had cared for her 14-year old grandson since [...]