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Passing away without a Will – Intestacy is changing

Passing away without a Will – Intestacy is changing

When you pass away without a Will in place your estate is dealt with under the rules of intestacy. At their most basic level, the intestacy rules lay out who your estate will go to when you die. If certain people have died before you, then who your estate will be left...

Cohabiting Couples: What You Need To Know

Cohabiting Couples: What You Need To Know

What is Cohabitation? Cohabitation is usually a term used to describe two people who are in a relationship with each other however are not married. The legal rights of cohabiting couples is different to those of married couples or civil partners in relation to...

Mental Health in the Work Place

Mental Health in the Work Place

Staff at HMG Law undertook firmwide mental health training on 4th December 2019, kindly provided by Oxfordshire Mind. Everyone was told about common mental health problems that can be encountered in the workplace, as well as recognising those same signs in ourselves...

Civil Partnerships (opposite couples) Regulations 2019

Civil Partnerships (opposite couples) Regulations 2019

Civil partnerships (Opposite Couples) Regulations 2019 In June 2018, The Supreme Court rules that restrictions on same-sex civil partnerships was a breach of human rights. What is a Civil Partnership? This is a legally recognised relationship between two people which...

Separation Agreement vs Consent Order

Separation Agreement vs Consent Order

Separation Agreement v Consent Order What is Separation Agreement? A Separation Agreement is usually a financial agreement reached between the parties in contemplation of a divorce. This can include a variety of things such as child arrangements, how the properties...

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