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  • Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOS)

    Criminal

    Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOS)

    The UK government have, for decades, tried to implement rules and actions that reduce crime on the streets and in neighbourhoods. Such crimes include noise disorders, neighbour disputes, intoxication fuelled disruptions, graffiti, vandalism and general...

  • How to Check Crime Figures in Your Neighbourhood

    Criminal

    How to Check Crime Figures in Your Neighbourhood

    Have you ever wanted to check out the crime figures in your neighbourhood? Perhaps you are moving to a new area that you're not familiar with, and want to make sure you aren't moving to a bad area? Fortunately, there is a free and easy-to-use tool provided...

  • The Mental Capacity Act

    Mental Health

    The Mental Capacity Act

    The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) determines the actions that should be taken when people are unable to make their own decisions. In other words, the Act set out what should happen when a person lacks the capacity to make decisions for themselves. The...

  • Share Capital Explained

    Company & Commercial

    Share Capital Explained

    All private limited companies in the UK that are limited by shares are obliged to maintain a share capital of at least one share. Companies that are limited or Ltd are officially referred to as a "private company limited by shares", and they are businesses...

  • Disputing or Contesting a Will

    Wills, Probate & Trusts

    Disputing or Contesting a Will

    Wills are made in order for a person to communicate their wishes for the distribution and management of their estate and the care of any young children in the event of their death. In some instances, the contents of a will may seem outdated, irrelevant...

  • Trust Wills Explained

    Wills, Probate & Trusts

    Trust Wills Explained

    Trust Wills are legal ways to further increase the protection of assets that are left to others in a testator's will. A Trust is a legal structure which can be included as part of your will and can offer increased asset protection for your loved ones....

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  • CONVEYANCING
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    PERSONAL INJURY

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