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Why Choose Larcomes?

February 28, 2020 3:06 pm

People go to legal firms for various reasons. It could be because they want to draw up a will, need to discuss child custody, or deal with a difficult business issue. There are a lot of options available, but knowing the right option when it comes to choosing a legal representative can be difficult. This is why we wanted to talk about why you should choose Larcomes to represent you. Myths of legal representation There are some myths around legal representation that we feel ought...
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A Guide To The Appeals Process

February 21, 2020 3:05 pm

There can be numerous reasons why someone may want to appeal a legal verdict. It may be that something affected or prejudiced the case, or new evidence may have recently come to light. Whatever the reason, knowing how the appeals process works can make it easier if you need to appeal a verdict. Request You need to send your request within 28 days of your sentence or conviction (although it may be possible to do so later if you can prove why you need an...
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What Your Company Should Know About Asbestos Removal

February 14, 2020 3:04 pm

For decades, asbestos was thought of as a low cost, flame retardant material. Unfortunately, as we now know, it has been proven to be deadly, producing serious conditions that have been affecting people for decades. This is why companies not only need to take asbestos removal seriously but make sure it is done as effectively as possible. Why it’s a concern It is estimated that asbestos kills 5000 people a year. The difficulty is that once people are exposed to these fibres, it can be...
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How Will Brexit Affect UK Law?

February 7, 2020 3:02 pm

The European referendum resulted in the UK voting to leave the European Union. Leaving the political implications of that vote, it does open the question as to what legal framework will replace EU law once the transition period is over. In this article, we will be looking at ways in which Brexit will (or could potentially) affect UK law. Laws The first thing to clarify is that leaving the EU does not mean the end of EU law. What has changed since the vote is...
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