We provide an out of office service to clients who due to age, illness or physical incapacity are unable to attend our office in person to complete their will, Enduring Power of Attorney or Advance Care documents.
During the holiday season we are all looking forward to eating, drinking and being merry. This means of course that the chances of drink driving and perhaps drug driving are higher at this time of year. Not only does it increase the risk of arrest or serious charges, but it increases the potential for accident… Read more »
For many separated parents, it can be an emotional time negotiating parenting arrangements for special occasion and Christmas Day is no exception. If you are yet to make time spending arrangements for Christmas Day, now is the time to act.
How work experience has effected me and can effect you. On the 29th of May, as a year ten student of just 15 years, I began my four-day placement with William’s Barristers and Solicitors. I did so to transition into the legal practice by broadening my knowledge and gaining contacts in the industry. Having an… Read more »
SELF REPRESENTING It is not uncommon for parties in Family law matters to represent themselves, these people are referred to as self-represented litigants. People often choose to represent themselves either because they cannot afford a lawyer and don’t qualify for legal aid or they don’t want to spend their money on legal fees (who can blame… Read more »