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June 21, 2021

Managing long covid in the workplace

The long-term effects of covid-19 will be felt for years to come. The pandemic has changed so much about our everyday lives, from how we work to how we interact with one another. For those who have suffered from covid-19 infections, many are still feeling the effects daily due to what is known as ‘long […]

Force Majeure & Coronavirus
June 15, 2021

What is a clean break order?

A ‘clean break’ is a phrase often used by individuals after a divorce. A clean break with the past, a clean break financially, a clean break from what may have been a toxic relationship. But the phrase also has legal precedence, and a ‘clean break’ order can make a big difference later on, especially if […]

May 5, 2021

Can future employers look at your social media profiles?

Everyone wants to make a great first impression in front of a potential boss. From polishing your CV to rehearsing all the ‘where do you want to be in five years’ and ‘what are your strengths/weaknesses’ interview questions – a lot of preparation goes into finding a new role. There’s one area, though, that potential […]

April 29, 2021

Cohabitation agreements: the common law marriage myth

The term common law wife/husband has been around for decades. But is the ‘common law’ spouse a real thing? And do unmarried partners have any rights when it comes to cohabiting? The simple answer is – no. The common law status is a bit of a myth that while it sounds official, has no legal […]

April 16, 2021

Domestic violence – what is coercive control and how can we help?

At the height of the pandemic, from March to June 2020, the police recorded almost 260,000 incidents of domestic violence in the UK. From April 2020 to June 2020, in just three months, the police recorded 30 domestic homicides. These figures are undeniably shocking and the sad truth is, this is just the tip of […]

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Domestic violence – what is coercive control and how can we help?

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