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Restaurant Closed for Alleged COVID Security Breaches

A new restaurant in Orpington, Bromley has been closed after staff and consumers allegedly breached COVID 19 security guidelines on repeated occasions. The Greek Meze, on Orpington High Street, was required to close by Bromley Council after complainants...

Who can apply for a Non-Molestation Order?

A Non-Molestation order is a type of injunction that the Family Courts can grant to prevent one person from harassing or pestering another. There is a wide range of acts that the injunction can prohibit, they commonly include: ·   A prohibition...

Is a "no-contest" clause in a Will legally binding?

Inheritance disputes often stem from Wills being challenged for multiple reasons. For example, a testator might have been unduly influenced into making a Will in the way they have, or the testator lacked the necessary mental capacity to make it. The case...

Can a Prohibited Steps Order be made in respect of teenage children?

A prohibited steps order is an order from the court that prohibits a person with parental responsibility from doing a particular act. However, the law states that a prohibited steps order should not be made in respect of a child who has reached the age...

How long does a Prohibited Steps Orders last for?

A Prohibited Steps Order is an order granted by the Court preventing a parent from doing certain activities or events or making specific trips with their child/children. The order will either specify the exact duration of the Prohibited Steps Order or it...

If my partner dies, do I have any rights of inheritance?

Under the rules of intestacy, which apply where someone dies without making a Will, a married partner will automatically receive the residuary estate of their spouse on death. Unmarried couples do not have this same level of legal protection, and parents,...

George Green bolsters Corporate team with hire

Solicitor Andrew Ward has joined the Corporate team of leading Midlands law firm George Green LLP. Andrew Ward Commented “I am excited to be joining one of the Midlands’ most respected corporate teams. George Green has a strong reputation for...

Domestic Abuse - What is coercive control? How do I know if I'm experiencing it?

Coercive control is a form of domestic abuse which is not necessarily physical. It is a type of controlling behaviour which is a regular pattern, making the victim feel isolated and deprived of their independence and confidence. It often makes victims feel...

George Green expands Dispute Resolution team

George Green has continued to grow its Dispute Resolution offering with the hire of solicitor George Gwynn. George has joined from a well-known specialist dispute resolution firm in the West Midlands, having previously trained at that firm with George Green...

Is it OK to take my spouse's documents if I think they are hiding something?

The short answer to this question is no. You should not access any confidential documents belonging to your spouse or civil partner.  This includes communications regarding their private life and their personal business dealings. Your solicitor would...
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