If a person enters a residential care home, there are various funding options available.
11 Sep 2018CARE HOME FEES – WHO PAYS AND HOW?
Today is the day when our most senior Family Judge and President of the Family Law Division, Sir James Lawrence Munby, retires and the job is taken over by Sir Andrew Macfarlane.
The case of Various Claimants v Barclays Bank plc recently went to the Court of Appeal. The facts are truly awful but this case should serve as a stark warning to all employers to think carefully before they make their employees carry out an activity without fully checking what risk they may be exposing them to.
25 Jul 2018No Blame Divorce
The Owen Supreme Court Judgment says that divorcing couples need to put into black and white fairly strong allegations of unreasonable behaviour if a divorce is to be allowed. Family lawyers are disappointed that this is the case because it can increase acrimony between the parties that spills into arguments over finance and property and sometimes children issues. The message from the Supreme Court seems to be, 'put up and shut up' and accept old fashioned law!
There are straightforward divorces, just as there are straightforward marriages. And then, there are not so straightforward marriages and divorces. It seems that the lengthier marriages carry more complications with them upon divorce, especially when one of the spouses has a much higher income (usually the husband) and/or has considerable wealth in comparison to the other spouse (usually the wife).
9 Jul 2018May Cricket Balls Competition
Three months after touring with the Warwickshire Academy in Barbados, 16-year-old all-rounder Dan Mousley put in such a display for Kenilworth Wardens against reigning champions Knowle & Dorridge that he has been crowned our first Player of the Month for this season.
19 Jun 2018LEAMINGTON WOMEN’S CRICKET SPONSORSHIP
Women’s cricket in Leamington has received a financial boost after a sponsorship deal with local solicitors Blythe Liggins.
13 Jun 2018TWO CASTLES 10KM RUN RAISES OVER £100,000
Sunday’s 36th Two Castles Run, organised by Kenilworth Rotary Club and the Leamington Cycling and Athletics Club, had a full entry of 4,000 runners and raised more than £100,000 for charity.
18 May 2018DIVORCE CASE NOW REACHES THE SUPREME COURT
Mrs Owen has ended up in the Supreme Court seeking to divorce her husband based upon his behaviour.
3 May 2018BREAST CANCER SCREENING ERRORS
An IT error in the NHS screening system has led to 450,000 women across England failing to receive invitations to attend for regular breast screening since 2009.