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June 24, 2022

No fault divorce – financial settlements

As you may recall, the law on getting divorced changed in April 2022. The new no fault divorce system now allows parties to either arrange their divorce individually or between themselves. Although this may work for some, we are finding that many are forgetting that the Final Order of their divorce does not mean that […]

June 15, 2022

Investigation launched regarding level of care given at Pinderfields Hospital

Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield was rated as ‘requires improvement’ during their last CQC inspection in 2018. Despite this, an investigation has been launched this year after a young woman has died following what was supposed to be a routine caesarean section operation. Concerns have been raised regarding the level of care given in the maternity […]

June 14, 2022

Top 10 things you can do to help your property case progress smoothly

Are you about to buy your first home? Perhaps you are selling your first property and moving into a new home. No matter the logistics, conveyancing processes can seem daunting at times, that’s why it’s important to have a conveyancer on your side that you can trust. What is conveyancing? Conveyancing is the legal process […]

June 13, 2022

Bristol Surgeon found to have performed ‘harmful’ operations on 203 women

A Bristol surgeon, Anthony Dixon, has been found to have harmed over 200 women between 2007-2017 performing unnecessary pelvic floor surgery when there were non-surgical options available to some of these women. Many have been left with significant pain and incontinence. Mr Dixon has been banned from practising in the UK since 2019. This follows […]

June 10, 2022

Shrewsbury & Telford hospital failures lead to two fatalities

The Care Quality Commission were compelled to bring charges against the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust for two separate incidents of avoidable harm to patients, both of which led to their tragic deaths. These charges have been admitted by the Trust today and they will be sentenced for the harm they have caused. This sadly […]

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No fault divorce – financial settlements

Investigation launched regarding level of care given at Pinderfields Hospital

Top 10 things you can do to help your property case progress smoothly

Bristol Surgeon found to have performed ‘harmful’ operations on 203 women

Shrewsbury & Telford hospital failures lead to two fatalities

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Debt after death

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