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 Helen Thewlis
  January 14, 2021
Domestic abuse victims will be able to “Ask for Ani” in pharmacies, as part of a code word scheme backed by the Government and Safeguarding Minister Victoria Atkins.
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 Natalie Lang
  January 13, 2021
Where it has been established that your parent lacks capacity to consent to the vaccination, you should firstly consider whether or not you have authority to make decisions regarding your parents welfare either under a Lasting Power of Attorney or the old style Enduring Power of Attorney.
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 Helen Thewlis
  January 6, 2021
Guidance published on 4 January 2021 confirms that once again the government recognises the importance of children from separated parents being able to spend time with both of their parents. Children are permitted to leave one household to spend time with their other parent in another household, if it is medically safe to do so.
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 Lindsey Frith
  December 23, 2020
The effects of the pandemic have certainly changed our lives in many ways. We have seen the economy suffer, jobs lost and businesses close. However, despite all of this what we surprisingly continue to see is somewhat of a boom in the property market.
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  December 21, 2020
John Stevenson, Conservative MP for Carlisle and Managing Partner of Bendles LLP, has raised his concerns regarding the virtual witnessing of Wills stating that Wills witnessed through such means open the opportunity for undue influence.
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 David Bradley
  December 14, 2020
David Bradley, Head of Employment at Ramsdens Solicitors, has featured on Lawyer Monthly, providing a checklist for employers to consider when trying to make savings to keep their business running in an article on how companies can survive Covid-19.
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 Helen Thewlis
  November 24, 2020
Recent statistics from the Office for National Statistics show there were 107,599 opposite-sex divorces in 2019, an increase from 90,871 in 2018. There were also 822 same-sex divorces, compared to 428 in 2018.
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 Veronica Mullins
  November 20, 2020
A beautiful moment of former ballerina with Alzheimer’s, Mata C. Gonzalez, recognising the sound of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake has been shared by thousands of people across the globe. This has further raised the importance of music to all those who have been affected by this year’s national lockdowns. It has also shown us that all is not lost for those who may have issues regarding mental capacity.
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