Sole practitioner of Wolf Law Solicitors, admitted to paying £47,000 for 38 personal injury cases through an arrangement with a third party, Karl Fischer Limited (KFL).
Court of Appeal rules that solicitors may offer ‘unbundled’ services without being held liable for matters beyond those in their client retainer.
The government finally sees sense and dumps the ludicrous Courts Charge that has led to some people pleading guilty for minor offences rather than face potential dissproportionate Court Costs.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans to ban general damages for soft-tissue injuries and increase the small claims limit for personal injury cases to £5,000.
Over half of the public think will-writing should be regulated according to YouGov research for the Law Society has shown
Clause 9 of the Finance Bill contains proposed amendments to the IHTA 1984 to introduce the “residence nil rate amount”. However, it is possible that there will be substantial alteration to this legislation as it passes through parliament
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Mrs Llott made a Inheritance Act 1975 claim for reasonable financial provision against her mothers estate after her mother left her £486,000 estate to animal charities when she died in 2004.
Sadly parents who do not reside with their children are simply giving up on the Courts due to lack of access to legal representation and the inability to bring their cases to Court.
Lord chancellor Michael Gove has announced his reform programme that include the closure of over a fifth of magistrates’ courts.