EU member states have agreed to unify data protection laws across the EU.
The president of the family division and the head of the family justice system , Mr Justice Munby, has rejected a single parent’s application for a Parental Order.
Yorkshire-based windows and doors company HWL Group is continuing to grow its business following an ambitious programme of diversification which has culminated in a move into the retail sector following two acquisitions.
Cardio Solutions (UK) Ltd, the North Yorkshire-based independent medical devices distributor, is setting its sights firmly on the future with plans to target new sectors and expand its product portfolio as part of its ambitious five-year growth strategy.
Although the term ‘prenup’ is frequently bandied around, many people don’t really understand what it involves or why it might be worth their consideration.
Planning for a safe and secure future is even more important these days - pension pots are not as substantial and both the younger and older generations need more financial support than ever before.
I have noticed that there are many lawyers and clients who are unclear as to the difference between the functions of the European Court of Justice ‘ECJ’ and the European Court of Human Rights ‘ECtHR.’
In the recent case of Re H, Senior Judge Lush noted that many elderly carers of young disabled persons experience great anxiety about what will become of the younger person when they, their parents and carers, have gone.
There is often confusion as to how jointly owned assets should be treated upon the death of one party and often people wrongly assume that: Either a person is able to dispose of their share of the jointly owned asset however they like in their Wills or f…
The most up to date statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed that cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family type in the UK, with a 29.7% increase between 2004 and 2014.
In the information age we now inhabit, collaborative working is more relevant than ever.
A recent Court of Appeal ruling could hinder an individual’s right to leave money to who they wish in their will.