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No Fault Divorce – What you need to take into consideration and know

At long last, the new ‘’No fault’’ divorce will come into law on the 6th April 2022. What you need to know about the new procedure:   The divorce can no longer be contested by the Respondent in the proceedings. The existing grounds established on the 5 facts are being replaced with a singular requirement …

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Deputyship and the Court of Protection | Community Care Solicitors

When a person has lost their mental capacity, it can be difficult to know what the best course of action is. Lasting Powers Of Attorney grants you legal authority over your loved one’s affairs while Deputyships give them more control than just hands-on management; however, they may take longer and cost significantly more money or …

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