• Paul Currie
    Victims of violent crimes who suffer injuries can make claims for compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, or CICA. The CICA is responsible for paying out compensation to victims of violent crimes like assaults or stabbings. The amount of compensation you receive is set out by a tariff attached
  • Matthew Wilson
    Court cases involving disputes concerning wills have risen, increasing significantly in the last five years and even more in the past decade, as reported by The Times. The Office for National Statistics indicates that there is a consistent trend over the last forty years; fewer people are choosing to get
  • Colin Wooldridge
    Probate is the legal and financial process of dealing with the estate of a deceased person. The Grant of Probate gives the right to the Executor(s) to deal with someone’s estate when they die. It gives permission to action the deceased’s will, which includes selling property, distributing assets, and dealing with
  • Gill Scales
    No fault divorce came into effect in England and Wales on 6 April 2022 and this has been the most significant change to divorce law since 1969. The introduction of no fault divorce means that couples can get divorced without one person needing to lay blame on the other. Gill Scales, Director
  • Gill Scales
    Historically, statistics for seeking advice about divorce in the New Year are higher than at any other time. Speaking about the additional pressures placed upon relationships at this time of the year; Gill Scales, Director in charge of the Family department commented:     The festive season is a time of