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Divorced parents must put children first in Covid-19 crisis

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Divorced and separated parents are being urged to put their children’s health first and re-think custody arrangements as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic. Children can continue to move between their parents’ homes despite the...

Mortgage 'holiday' will help but loans will take longer to pay off

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A Midlands property lawyer has welcomed a government scheme which has seen homeowners and landlords able to apply for a three-month mortgage holiday to get them through the coronavirus crisis – but warned it will take longer to pay off their loan. ...

Parents warned over gifts and loans to children

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Parents across the Midlands who are considering giving their children a loan from “the bank of mum and dad” are being warned to ensure it is secure in case relationships breakdown. Lawyer Richard Connolly said unsecured cash gifts and loans from...

Midlands mums reminded of contact rights as Mother's Day looms

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Mothers are being reminded that their children have the right to spend time with them if they so wish, particularly on special occasions. As Mother’s Day approaches on 22 March, respected family lawyer Rupinder Nandra is warning mums in advance that...

Worcester law firm backs young swim stars for third year running

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A Worcester firm of solicitors has helped a popular city swimming club for the third year running with a £500 donation. Lawyers at Tything-based mfg Solicitors gave the donation to Worcester Swimming Club to help them hold their annual awards evening,...

Popular farming legal seminar returns to Ludlow

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Legal issues affecting Ludlow’s farmers and landowners will be covered at a free annual agricultural seminar taking place on Tuesday 10 th March. Rural specialists from Ludlow law firm mfg Solicitors, and colleagues from the Country Land &...

Shareholders urged to check their rights in company disputes

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Shareholders who do not own a controlling stake in businesses are being urged to check their rights in the event of disputes with directors and other stakeholders. Commercial litigation lawyer Sam Pedley believes too many minority shareholders think they...

Marriage can't protect assets against dementia, couples told

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Couples have been warned that just being married is ‘no protection’ for their assets or property if either the husband or wife suffers from dementia or a stroke. Peter Stephens, from law firm mfg Solicitors, has warned that married couples...

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