Contact and residence rights: a guide for grandparents

Having a grandchild is a joy and a privilege that many grandparents cherish above all else. But what if you are denied the right to see your grandchild? Contrary to what some may believe, grandparents in the UK have no automatic legal right to access their grandchild if their parents do not allow it. There […]

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Looking after your mental health whilst working from home

With the introduction of ‘Plan B’ Covid restrictions coming into force this week and many returning to working from home full time, it is important to make sure you are looking after your mental health as well as your physical health. You should keep in regular contact with your work colleagues and although many of […]

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Child arrangements at Christmas

Christmas  is usually a special and happy time of the year for most, however after the disappointment of  being unable to spend time with loved ones last Christmas, this year is more important than ever. For separated parents, the festive season can be dampened by disputes and tension arising over contact and how a child’s […]

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New laws introduced to resolve COVID rent debts

Commercial tenants have been protected against eviction due to non-payment of rent since April 2020. Originally due to end in September that same year, the moratorium has been extended several times and is now set to end on 25 March 2022. With the majority of COVID-19 restrictions now removed and economic recovery proceeding at a […]

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The impact of the pandemic upon Diversity and Equality Law in the UK

Introduction It is self-evident to those within and outside the legal profession in most countries that employment and discrimination lawyers have derived significant working opportunities arising directly out of the pandemic. Just as the pandemic has witnessed workplace practices adapting to changed circumstances including the application of extensive governmental guidance, lawyers have become creative in […]

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