For many people, being called to Jury service is seen as your duty, however it is not always at the appropriate time! There are some ways to avoid jury service if it is a real hardship. If you fail to respond to your summons, this can actually result in either a fine or a prison […]Read More
Finding Out Vital Clues...If you have ever been suspicious of people around you, or have reason to need to look up the details of a colleague, friend or family member, then the services of a private investigator, such as uk private investigators could be useful. We suggest doing some research into the services you'll need before hand so you know what you are getting into. It is possible to find out about all aspects of peoples lives through people tracing, online dating scams and much more.
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If you have ever thought about buying a house or flat, you will know that it can be a very expensive time in your life! Here are a few hints about what to expect financially when buying a home. Upfront Costs The main costs you will face upfront include the deposit, which is around 5%-20% […]Read More
When the time comes to take over the day to day running of a loved one’s affairs, such as in circumstances when dementia is affecting their decison making, you will need to get what is known as “power of attorney”. The power of attorney is a legal document which grants someone the authority to deal […]Read More
All children in England aged between five and 16 years of age are entitled to a free place at a state school. Parents have the right to have some say as to which schools their children attend, but there are laws dictating the terms of these choices. Different schools have admissions criteria depending on how […]Read More
The Human Rights Act 1998 applies to everyone in the UK, regardless of their reasons for being here. Since the law was passed in 1998, the rights that the act describes must be respected and upheld by the UK government and any other public authorities without exception. The Human Rights Act in the UK backs-up […]Read More
Lots of people wonder if they need to bother writing a will if they do not have children or are not married. Currently in the UK, there is a trend for couples to live together before they get married, and in lots of cases the rate of marriage is declining, with many couples choosing not […]Read More
Flexible working means making changes to the hours and times when an employee is contractually obliged to work. This coulkd be part time working, flexi-time, job sharing or working from home. Many employers recognise the value of allowing their staff to have some flexibility regarding their working hours and employers are free to decide themselve...Read More
Anyone could be called to court in two different ways, either through a summons or as a result of being arresting, without a serarch warrant, which leads to a charge and then a court hearing. Today, a summons by the Magistrates Court is not the usual and most common way of appearing in court. The […]Read More