A BBC report published last week has highlighted that the number of legal disputes between parents residing in different countries has more than doubled in the last two years. [read more]9th May 2013
Until 1st September 2012, squatting in any type of building was a civil offence requiring recourse to the court in order to evict unwanted residents. [read more]30th April 2013
High Court proceedings were brought by a young man, now 18 years of age, who at the age of 17 had been detained in custody for 12 hours and strip searched before being released on police bail. [read more]
In a recent Court of Appeal decision (Ezair –v- Ezair) a husband in a divorce case successfully appealed against a costs order which had been made against him.
Ministry of Justice announces that Employment Tribunal fees will apply as of Summer 2013
New Domestic, Violence, Crime and Victims (Amendment) Act 2012 is now fully in force
It's essential for landlords with defaulting tenants to know their rights and the help available to them in recovering possession of their property.
After last week's media circus at Westminster Magistrates' Court, John Terry has been found not guilty of racially abusing his follow professional, Anton Ferdinand.
Property developer caught by HMRC hiding money in Swiss bank account to avoid Inheritance Tax.
A husband and wife who treated destitute men "worse than slaves" by forcing them into servitude have been jailed for 11 years and four years respectively.
An interesting issue has arisen as a legal interest 'sideshow' in the John Terry trial.
Commons committee recommends private investigators be licenced or regulated in light of recent phone-hacking scandal.
A medieval pocket book written in the Welsh language which formed the country's first uniform legal system in the 14th century has been purchased by the National Library of Wales at auction.