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  1. Summer holiday over – what about your relationship?

    A research conducted in 2016 from the University of Washington found that there was a significant rise in applications for divorce in the autumn following the end of the summer holidays and, similarly, in the early part of every year after the Christmas festivities and, once again, national holidays. A significant rise in new divorce […]

  2. An object lesson in how not to deal with your landlord

    A tenant of a long residential lease estimated to be worth £600,000 has lost his entire investment as a result of carrying out unauthorised alterations to his flat and then ignoring requests from the landlord. Charles McCadden purchased the upstairs flat in a Victorian terraced property in Kensal Green. The lower floor flat was owned […]

  3. Unmarried and no Will?

    While a Will is good practice for everyone, it is particularly important for unmarried couples as they do not have an automatic right to their partner’s assets after death. Dying without a Will means the law will decide the fate of your assets and they could end up passing to your parents and siblings instead. […]

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