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    The biggest change in the divorce law in over a half a century has brought family law right back into the media spotlight. From 6 April, if one spouse decides that a marriage has irretrievably broken down, they can apply for a divorce without needing to do so on the basis of adultery, unreasonable behaviour, […]
    With daffodils now blooming in the hedgerows and lambs gambolling in the fields, we’re going to see a growing number of people out exploring the many beautiful rural landscapes that the North East has to offer. Many of the places that they will be visiting will be reached via rights of ways that go across […]
    A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document by which you (the donor), give another person (the attorney) of your choice the ability to make decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated for any reason, or whilst you have capacity but you are unable to deal with your assets yourself – and […]
    With the impending changes to the agriculture sector’s subsidies regime, diversification has fast become the key watchword for farm businesses that are looking to maintain and enhance their current turnover levels in the new fiscal environment. For some, this may be quite a simple process, such as widening the range of produce that is sold […]
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