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What Is A Supervision Order?

January 12, 2015 1:25 pm

If a local authority is concerned about a child’s welfare then they can apply to have the children monitored in order to make sure that they are being properly looked after. This in the simplest terms, is what a supervision order is and today we will look at the various aspects about this order and what it involves.   Benefits A supervision order should not necessarily be considered a punishment – it can benefit the family as a social worker can come and help a...
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How To Have An Amicable Divorce

January 6, 2015 11:23 pm

You have probably seen celebrities in the paper refer to their separation or divorce as “amicable” (or if your surname is Martin or Paltrow you go for the more poetic “conscious uncoupling”). In reality, however, divorce can be difficult, stressful and emotionally draining. However, believe it or not it can be possible to have a divorce that if not amicable can at least be reasonable for all parties concerned and below are some tips to help make that happen.   It is not about “right”...
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Legal Issues With Civil Partnerships

December 29, 2014 12:08 pm

Increasingly more people live with a partner before they are married or in some cases decide they do not want to get married at all. However this can cause complications. If a couple in a civil partnership split up what are their legal rights regarding child custody, property ownership and so forth? In this article we will offer a brief guide on the various issues around civil partnerships and what you need to be aware of.   Registering   The first thing to be aware...
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Domestic Violence Claims

December 22, 2014 12:00 pm

It is sad that it has only been relatively recently (in the last 15 years or so) that domestic abuse has been registered as an official crime. Fortunately now, however, with dedicated domestic violence police units and a more understanding approach the crime is becoming more widely reported. However, there is still a long way to go and in this article we will look at the legal issues around domestic violence.   Facts   It is estimated 2 women a week are killed by their...
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Advice For Creating A Pre-Marital Agreement

December 15, 2014 12:00 pm

When people think of pre-marital agreements they generally think it is the reserve of celebrities and millionaires. However this does not necessarily have to be the case – the fact is agreements like this are in place to ensure that people can be properly looked after and that everyone’s interests are best served in the event of any problems (plus there is the additional benefit of avoiding a long drawn out and potentially costly legal battle!)   Don’t wait   The first tip for drafting...
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A Guide To Child Care Law

December 8, 2014 12:00 pm

Child care law covers a wide number of issues – for example in a divorce who will get custody of the children? How do you define the duty of care to a child? What constitutes neglect or abuse? It may sound simple but as with a lot of legal issues this may not be as clear cut as some people think and this is why it helps to get the best legal advice, especially when it comes to looking after your children.   Parental responsibility...
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Christmas & New Year Opening Times

December 3, 2014 12:21 pm

Our opening hours for Christmas and New Year are: Monday 22nd – Tuesday 23rd December 2014 – Open 9:15am – 5:15pm Wednesday 24th – Friday 26th December 2014 – Closed Monday 29th – Tuesday 30th December 2014 – Open 9:15am – 5:15pm Wednesday 31st December 2014 – Thursday 1st January 2015 – Closed Friday 2nd January 2015 – Open 9:15am – 5:15pm   Larcomes LLP would like to thank all our clients for their continued support and wish you all a very Happy Christmas with best wishes for 2015.

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Leaving A Legacy To The Hampshire & Isle Of Wight Wildlife Trust

December 1, 2014 1:26 pm

People often say when it comes to money that “you can’t take it with you”. However, what you can do is give something that can make a difference. While it is important to look after friends and family more people are beginning to leave money in their Wills to support good causes. A good example of this is leaving a legacy to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. The benefit A big benefit for leaving such a legacy is that you would be...
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Your rights as a tenant

November 24, 2014 4:18 pm

Do you know your rights as a Tenant   If you are reading this then you may be moving out to a rented property for the first time. Alternatively, you may have had problems in the past with a landlord or lettings agency or are currently looking to resolve a dispute with them. In order to discuss the matter it helps to be fully aware of your rights as a tenant as this will make it easier to settle disputes in a calm and rational...
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Your rights as a landlord

November 17, 2014 4:17 pm

Your rights as a landlord   In the right hands renting a property can be potentially very lucrative. However, it is important to be aware of what you are doing when renting out your property. As well as knowing your responsibilities to your tenants, it is also vital to be aware of your own right as a landlord and below are some vital aspects of being a landlord that you should be aware of.   Rent payment   On the surface this aspect is pretty...
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