I am often asked whether or not one person can take a child out of the country, or whether some form of consent to the child travelling, something people often call ‘child travel consent’, is needed.
A growing Bedale business is celebrating completion of its tenth Baytree Interiors shop – the third it has opened this year helped by Yorkshire property lawyers Clarion.
The division of assets in divorce is a hot topic at the moment, largely due to the recent and very high profile case of Sharland and Gohil.
One of the most thematic discussions in family law is the extent, if any, to which the state should be able to dictate the division of property during a marriage and divorce.
The necessity for parties to provide full and frank disclosure of their assets during financial proceedings relating to divorce has been strongly emphasised in two recent landmark cases at the Supreme Court.
Under UK patent, design and trade mark law...
Family run businesses are undoubtedly an important part of the UK economy, with two thirds of businesses being family owned.
A glance at any of the business pages will tell you the outlook for UK businesses is distinctly brighter than in previous years.
Insolvency Rules -The Insolvency (Protection of Essential Supplies) Order 2015 – IT Suppliers Beware
As of 1 October there are changes to insolvency rules to be aware of...
The courts continue to have a swingeing and varying approach to costs budgeting, with some courts applying a quick broad brush approach, and others performing something akin to a detailed assessment.
Many people will not consider the legal implications of surrogacy but at Clarion we would always advise commissioning parents and surrogates to take specialist surrogacy legal advice before the conception of any child.
According to the Alzheimer’s Society there are currently 800,000 people who suffer from dementia in the UK. By 2025 it is estimated that this figure will reach 1 million.