Neves News and Articles

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This morning (9 April 2019) the government have announced plans to introduce no fault divorce, following years of debate.

Current Law

Under current legislation, you are required to prove to a court that your marriage has irretrievably broken down i…

Update April 2019:

The changes to the probate fee system that we discuss below were due to be introduced on 1 April 2019 but the implementation has been delayed. The Ministry of Justice has said that the delay is due to preoccupation with other parl…

An agreement for disagreement? A reminder of the importance of ensuring certainty when contracting with third parties.

The recent Court of Appeal judgement in the case of Morris v Swanton Care & Community Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2763 found that an e…

Business & Personal Investment Ltd (independent Financial Advisers) has published their latest newsletter all about Home Finance. Topics includes:

  • How the bank of mum and dad can help first time buyers
  • Retirement mortgages
  • Help to Buy scheme…

Lolly from MK-Act came along to the Milton Keynes today to collect our donation to their charity of £500. 

MK-Act is the specialist domestic violence service for Milton Keynes. The charity works with over 100 families’ everyday to help them move on …

Current law – Grounds for Divorce

Under current legislation, you are required to prove to a court that your marriage has irretrievably broken down in order to be granted a divorce. You can establish this using one of 5 facts:

1. Adultery
2. Unreason…