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Am I entitled to half my wife’s or husband’s inheritance?

10th Jul 2016 News

Often when couples are divorcing there are assets that have been inherited by one party that will need to considered and a decision made as to how these will be split or who will keep them. It is a common worry that as to whether inherited assets will be included in any financial settlement. In English […]

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Confiscation Order – Extension of time for payment

20th Jun 2016 News

Amendment of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 by The Serious Crime Act 2015 A new section 11(1) of Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) is inserted by section 5 of the Serious Crime Act 2015. Section 5 amends POCA to expressly provide that the full amount payable under a confiscation order must be made on the day the […]

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Could pop-up courts contribute to a more flexible justice system?

31st May 2016 News

A more flexible justice system could be developed with easily transportable judicial stage sets, remote video screens and online access according to a leading legal Thinktank. Despite austerity causing court closures across the country, Justice – a human rights organisation – has stated that this draw back has provided an opportunity for a more digital […]

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Joint Enterprise After R v Jogee & Others

18th Feb 2016 News

On the 18th February 2016 the Supreme Court delivered a judgement on the legal doctrine of “Joint Enterprise” which the tabloids, and other publications that should have known better, have predicted will lead to a rush of applications to the Court of Appeal. The principle of Joint Enterprise is long established in law and founded […]

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