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Essential Guide To Paying For Care
Care costs, whether residential or in the home are eye-watering. Typically nearly £500 per week…
Wilson Browne Solicitors, executors to £multi-million bequest
The ‘impossible gift’. Wilson Browne Solicitors plays important role in the sale of 2 rare…
Warranty claims – the importance of following the correct procedure
We recently wrote about the case of The Hut Group Limited v Nobahar-Cookson (https://www.wilsonbrowne.co.uk/selling-a-business-doesnt-always-lead-to-a-happy-retirement/) which…
Annual stopping up is not always sufficient to prevent a right of way being acquired
It is often thought that locking a gate once a year is enough to stop…
The increasing importance of the obligation of good faith
Whilst other countries have embraced a legal obligation of good faith, English courts have been…
Importance of a "final order" in family law
Married in ’81, divorced in ’92 but without a final order dealing with finances. Over…
Pursuing a claim against a dissolved company
We often hear the question “can you sue a dissolved company?”
Promises, promises – Were you made a promise about a Will?
The Courts have been considering, once again, the extent to which promises should be kept…
Bariatric Surgery: What is it? Who can get it? What are the risks?
Obesity rates in the UK have being increasing significantly over the last few years. Bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) includes a variety of procedures performed on people who are obese. Weight loss is achieved by reducing the size of the stomach either with a gastric band or through removal of a portion of the stomach (sleeve gastrectomy) or by resecting and re-routing the small intestine to a small stomach pouch (gastric bypass surgery).