Lesley Smythe explores how FDR hearings have become an increasingly effective mechanism in family law, offering a more decisive, cost-effective and less adversarial approach
Mark Chick provides an overview of the changes proposed in the King’s Speech and what these might mean for leaseholders
Adam Maguire looks at how an inheritance can be kept separate from matrimonial assets.
Exploring the complex intersection of planning disputes, harassment, and legal rights
Michael Imperato and Jack Felvus examine a significant case for the rights of travellers – and for local authorities when undertaking evictions.
The government says it is cracking down on employers and landlords who allow illegal migrants to work for them or rent their properties.
Dartmoor National Park Authority has won an appeal against a High Court ruling which held that members of the public were not permitted to wild camp on the moor without the permission of the landowner.
The government has launched a scheme to provide free legal advice to people facing eviction or repossession.