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Prenuptial agreements have become increasingly popular over the years, even for couples that are marrying and do not have a high-net-worth. But, before you make the decision to put a...
Divorcing couples in England and Wales will be able to get a ‘no fault’ divorce from 6 April 2022, making the process of getting a divorce simpler and reducing the...
The government announced in September that National Insurance tax will rise by 1.25% from April 2022. Boris Johnson says that this will raise £12 billion a year to help cover...

Are Online Wills Safe?

During the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for Wills exploded. National lockdowns and the threat of the virus caused many people to pause and consider whether they needed to put their final...
Up to 60% of emergency pandemic loans made under the Bounce Back Loan Scheme are unlikely to ever be paid back, according to recent findings from the government’s spending watchdog....
There has been much confusion over what is, and what is not, permitted under the present coronavirus lockdown rules. The police have come under some criticism for their approach to...

Coronavirus & Crime

Statistics suggest that the coronavirus crisis has led to a significant drop in recorded crime, by as much as 20% in some areas.  However, there is no doubt that the...
Modern slavery, human trafficking and forced labour offences are very prevalent across society. They often involve highly complex and sophisticated organised crime groups which can be extremely difficult to detect....
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