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Internal Structural Alterations To Your Leasehold Property

Posted on January 30, 2018

Over the past few years, stories about unfair leasehold practices have been cropping up with greater frequency. As reported by The Estates Gazette in September 2017, the Government recently performed a review of leasehold practice. A seemingly secondary finding of this consultation was that many leaseholders are not aware of the conditions of their lease, having purchased leasehold properties without…

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Fighting for Fido: Who Gets Custody Of The Dog?

Posted on January 30, 2018

The divorce of Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong has been hitting the headlines recently. The couple are seeking divorce after being together for years. Most modern divorce cases entail discussion about child custody and division of assets and, more frequently, who wins custody of the family pet. According to the Daily Mail as well as several other news sources, the McPartlins are battling…

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The Effects Of Subtle Brain Injury Can Catch Up With You

Posted on January 29, 2018

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a brain disease that is found in people who have suffered brain trauma repeatedly over several years. It was first described around a century ago by a doctor who noticed that ex-boxers tended to display symptoms of brain injury such as confusion and memory loss, long after they had finished in the ring. The specific…

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Landlords Be Warned: ‘How to Rent’ Checklist Updated

Posted on January 23, 2018

Since 1st October 2015, if landlords grant a new tenancy or a replacement tenancy, they need to comply with the necessary requirements before a valid section 21 notice can be served. One of these requirements requires the landlord to provide the tenant with an up to date version of the government publication - How to rent: A checklist for renting…

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Osbornes Win “Law Firm of The Year”

Posted on January 23, 2018

Osbornes Law are delighted to announce that the firm has been awarded ‘Law Firm Of The Year’ at the 2017/18 Modern Law Awards. The awards, which are now in their fifth year, took place at The Lancaster Hotel in London on Thursday 18th January 2018.  They celebrate entrepreneurship, market development, business management and best practice in the modern legal sector. Osbornes…

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Fatal Sepsis Misdiagnosed As Flu

Posted on January 19, 2018

First of all, a bit of background on the current UK flu season. Right now, in health related media matters a new buzz word is 'Aussie flu'. According to the BBC, Aussie flu is so-called because it is the same strain of virus that led to Australia's worst flu season in nearly a decade. During Australia's winter season of 2017,…

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High Court Judge Pushing For Reform of Divorce Law

Posted on January 9, 2018

According to their website, the Marriage Foundation's mission is to be a 'national champion for marriage'. The Foundation was inaugurated by Sir Paul Coleridge in 2012, who had previously worked as a Family Law specialist barrister and a High Court Judge in the Family Court. The current and primary campaign of the Marriage Foundation is to push for a full-scale…

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As The NHS Continues to Buckle Patient Care is Increasingly Put At Risk

Posted on January 9, 2018

Once again the NHS is struggling to cope with winter demand. Once again ambulances are backed up. Once again hospital trusts have declared a major incident. Once again patients are waiting for long periods on trolley and are being turned away after waiting months for non-urgent operations. According to reporting from National newspapers and websites, the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt…

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The Legal Grounds For Divorce

Posted on January 2, 2018

A study by sociologists from the University of Washington found that people are more likely to file for divorce at two peak times of the year: just after the summer holidays and in the New Year. So now, at the start of January 2017, we are heading into the one of the hot spots for separation and divorce. But what…

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Six Tips To Help Your Children Through Divorce

Posted on January 2, 2018

The rise in divorce globally has turned the attention of academics and researchers towards the impact of parental divorce on children. Parental divorce is generally considered one of the most stressful life events which can be experienced by a child. However, it is also clear that how well children adjust to parental divorce depends on their experiences before, during and…

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