Lawyers in Lockdown
Jenny Teall, Solicitor in our Wills and Probate team gives us an insight into how she has been balancing work and family life during the lockdown. “All school and nurseries will be closed from Monday 16th March.” My immediate thoughts were, “Right, let’s pack up my work. My husband Howard and I will need to […]
Policing the Pandemic
The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 were subject to a further, significant amendment on 13 May 2020 following the Prime Minister’s public address on 10 May 2020. Importantly, it remains a criminal offence under the Regulations for a person to leave or be outside of their home without a reasonable excuse but the […]
Case Study: Case of MKC-V-A
Denise Higgins, Partner in our Family team, recently represented the mother of five children, all of whom were subject to care proceedings. However the main issue centered around medical issues pertaining only to one child Z. The children were made subject to proceedings following concerns raised by the Health Trust that the parents may be […]
Woodfines Covid-19 Podcasts #6
In the sixth episode of our Covid-19 podcasts, Suzanna Stephenson discusses the effects of the lockdown and emergency legislation on commercial landlords and tenants and the options for those considering taking a new lease on business premises.
Woodfines Covid-19 Podcasts #2
In our second episode of the Covid-19 updates we look at how the pandemic is affecting child arrangements and the problems faced by buyers and sellers in the housing market with Denise Higgins and Nic Dino.
Woodfines Recommended in National Legal Directory
Woodfines Solicitors is pleased to announce that it has again been recognised in the national legal directory, the Legal 500, which was published at the end of September. The directory is published annually, and provides research into the performances of lawyers and law firms, before placing them into benchmarked rankings. The directory splits its rankings […]