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Grounds for Contesting a Will: Do You Have a Case?

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Grounds for Contesting a Will: Do You Have a Case?
Contesting a will can be a complex and unsettling process at the best of times. However, the most important step towards successfully contesting a will is establishing whether or not you have a valid case in the first place. By law, a final will and testament must represent a clear, complete and valid account of...

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Contesting a Will: Five Facts You Need to Know

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Contesting a Will: Five Facts You Need to Know
Losing a loved one can be an especially challenging time in life. Unfortunately, legal quarrels and disputes following bereavement are far from uncommon. To discover that you have been excluded from a will or allocated less than you were entitled to can be upsetting and infuriating. You may also find yourself in a situation where...

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What Is Medical Malpractice?

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In the wake of a surgical procedure of any kind, the last thing most people want is a heated courtroom confrontation. Unfortunately, everyone makes mistakes - doctors and surgeons being no exceptions to the rule. Astonishingly, a recent Johns Hopkins study determined that medical mistakes and malpractice are the third most common cause of premature...

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British Business Travellers Face No Deal Brexit Chaos

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British Business Travellers Face No Deal Brexit Chaos
While Boris Johnson flexes his ministerial muscle (to little avail) in the House of Commons, British businesses are already feeling the impact of Brexit. Particularly the potential consequences of crashing out of the EU without a deal, which a small contingency of hardliners still seems to think is a good idea. The whole “No Deal,...

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Government Seeks to Abolish S21 No-Fault Eviction Notices

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Government Seeks to Abolish S21 No-Fault Eviction Notices
In what the government itself has named “the biggest change to the privaterental sector for a generation”, we could be soon looking at the abolishment of “no-fault evictions” under Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988. A move that could spell bad news for landlords, though has been touted as beneficial for tenants across the...

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