Archive | November, 2015

Signing Wills correctly

A Will becomes legally valid and binding as soon as it is signed by the person making the Will and witnessed by two independent witnesses together who will sign to confirm this fact. It is important that you sign and date your Will in front of two witnesses. Anyone can be a witness to the signing of […]

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Transparency in the Family Court – Judge allows publication of article about children in care

In the case of Tickle v Council of the Borough of North Tyneside and others 19 October 2015), before the court were cross applications by a journalist and the local authority regarding care proceedings which the former wished to report. The individual in question was a mother (representing herself in these proceedings) who had had […]

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