WITNESSING WILLS OVER THE GARDEN FENCE

Lawyers are grappling with how to draw up valid wills with the current lockdown restricting the way people normally meet to organise their affairs. Under the 1837 Wills Act, wills need to be in writing, and be signed by the person making

Everything you need to know about shared contact arrangements during self-isolation

Following government guidelines, families who have separated can look to advice from family law experts about shared contact arrangements for children during COVID-19 self-isolation. The latest government announcement from minister for the cabinet office, Michael Gove, outlined the new regulations for shared

East Midlands Law Firm Sills & Betteridge execute corporate deals valuing £96 million in 2019

Against a background of BREXIT and significant economic uncertainty, Sills & Betteridge‘s Corporate and Commercial team transacted corporate deals with a value of  £96 million in 2019.   Corporate Partner Martin Walsh commented “Our reputation for providing value added, cost effective, corporate

Deadline for whiplash claims: four reasons to submit whiplash claims before April 2020

With the law surrounding road traffic accidents proposed to change in April 2020, those suffering whiplash or soft tissue damage should look to progress their claims before the compensation process changes and becomes more complicated.   The government is working to bring