Absent fathers right’s UK

Absent fathers right’s UK. Should absent fathers fear child support? Absent fathers rights UK. Why Should absent fathers fear child support? If it is not you, you may know or aware of someone that is not participating in a child’s life and is required to pay child support. Absent fathers right’s UK… If a brief…

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Divorce Advice

Divorce Advice ( Divorce Advice UK) Sometimes when couples decide to proceed with a divorce. Often the divorce involves a child. The need to keep the ongoing relationship between the child and some family members is even more essential. This may be beneficial for the wellbeing and stability of the child.Since the relations between the…

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Injunction-obtaining a court injunction the UK

An injunction is a judicial order restraining an individual from starting or continuing an action threatening or invading the legal right of another individual or compelling a person to carry out a certain act, e.g. to make restitution to an injured party. One major area of protection possible under the law is obtaining an injunction.…

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Weekend solicitors

Weekend Solicitors Nationwide Speak To An Expert Now ==>  0203 002 4898  Weekend Solicitors, we’ all wish to have a trouble-free life without ever needing the advice of a lawyer or solicitor. Even law-abiding people sometimes find themselves in a situation requiring legal advice. Most law firms close for the weekend unless they’re criminal lawyers…

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firework laws

Firework Laws and Regulations

As winter is swiftly approaching, Bonfire Night is just around the corner. We thought we’d tell you all about the regulations around fireworks and firework displays. Not only can this blog help you to understand the law, but help keep you safe too.   Who can buy fireworks? Firstly, it depends on the type of…

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return a purchase

How to Return a Purchase

At some point in our lives, we’ve all had to return a purchase we’ve made. Whether it’s a t-shirt that’s the wrong size, a faulty toy, or it’s simply the wrong gift, returning something should be relatively easy. However, sometimes it seems like the rights aren’t on the consumer’s side. In this blog, we’re going…

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parking tickets

Legal tips on parking tickets

In this latest blog, we’re focusing on parking tickets on private land – something that may have happened to a lot of us over the years! The reason we’re focusing on private land, not council car parks, is that private land is actually a lot more common than you might think. Private land can mean…

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speeding fines

How speeding fines work

Speeding Fines Implications of  Speeding Fines- at We Talk Law we know you won’t need a lawyer every day. Speeding Fines- at We Talk Law we know you don’t need a lawyer every day. We also know the law guides you daily – from what time you’re allowed to shop on a Sunday, to when…

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ex-pats brexit

What happens to Ex-Pats if the UK leaves the EU?

There are a lot of questions surrounding Brexit, particularly when it comes to the millions of UK citizens living abroad, and the millions more who go on holiday to the EU every year. While most of the argument is focused on immigration, what happens when it’s the other way around? Will ex-pats need to return…

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adoption rules

Changes to Adoption Law

Navigating adoption law can be a long and complicated business, with plenty of forms, assessments, and often a lengthy wait after the initial application. However, the good news is that adoption law is changing to make for quicker placements of children. Thanks to the new laws announced in November, and the new Children and Social…

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