Although we are officially in Spring, the interminable cold weather continues. An obvious hazard with such weather conditions is the ice and snow that have caused such treacherous travelling conditions, making even short journeys difficult.
16 Apr 2018Pothole Problems
21 Mar 2018NEW DEMENTIA CAFÉ HELD AT BLYTHE LIGGINS
Blythe Liggins has held the first of a series of drop-in events for people living with dementia, their families and carers to chat about organising their financial and legal affairs.
Preparations are well under way for this year’s annual Two Castles run between Warwick and Kenilworth, which is being sponsored by Blythe Liggins for the 13th consecutive year.
7 Feb 2018Don't fall out over the wheelie bin
So what is 'unreasonable behaviour'?
There is no such thing as no fault divorce. This is because the 1973 Act of Parliament (now 44 years old and many say painfully out of date) sets out the grounds for divorce and provides a limited framework for a divorce petition to be acceptable to the court and for the parties to ultimately divorce. There are other grounds for divorce, but very often these are not available to the parties. It is for this reason that a divorce based upon 'unreasonable behaviour' is so very often the only way forward.
31 Jan 2018Blythe Liggins raise money for Myton Hospice
Andrew Brooks and Louise Sheasby from the Blythe Liggins’ Family Department presented a cheque to Myton Hospice in relation to monies raised at our employment seminar.
25 Jan 2018POST-CHRISTMAS RAFFLE
Blythe Liggins are looking forward to their post-Christmas raffle in aid of Myton Hospice.
8 Jan 2018January Blues
Monday 15 January 2018 is officially predicted to be the gloomiest day of the year. The fact is that for most of us the summer is too far away. This can be a truly depressing time of year and sadly for family lawyers it can also be one of our busiest periods. More divorce petitions will be lodged at Court during the early part of the year than at any other time.
13 Nov 2017FITNESS TRIO RAISE £2,000 FOR MYTON HOSPICE
Three south Warwickshire men have raised £2,000 for Myton Hospice by undertaking a gruelling 24 km race over a Welsh mountain, used by the military for Special Forces training.
A former British Army nurse has opened a new health clinic in Leamington.
Clare Barkway, who has 30 years’ experience of general nursing and mental health, including 15 years in the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps, has launched The Health & Vitality Clinic in Augusta Place.
A British soldier severely injured in Afghanistan has thanked all those who helped renovate his new lodgings at the Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick.
Former Guardsman John Dawson was shot in the head by a sniper in Helmand Province, leaving him with life-long injuries