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Archive for March, 2013

Mar 19

It’s over

Rod Stewart has been married to Penny Lancaster since 2007 and they have two sons but, after the breakdown of two previous marriages and a number of long term relationships, Rod has been inspired to write his latest single about divorce. He told Chris Evans on the Radio 2 breakfast show that ‘It’s Over’ was  [ Read More ]

Ahead of the budget, the Government has announced a new scheme aimed at allowing certain families to receive tax-free childcare support worth £1,200 a year. Under the plan parents who earn between £10,000 and £150,000 per year will be eligible to receive 20% of their yearly childcare costs, up to £6,000 a year. The policy  [ Read More ]

During 2013, many families will be affected by the introduction of the Universal Credit, which is a new single monthly payment to replace tax credits and a range of income based benefits. The payment will not replace Child Benefit. The figure each household receives will be made up of a standard allowance plus other ‘elements’  [ Read More ]

Mar 13

Good practice

As Vicky Pryce and her former husband both begin eight month sentences for perverting the course of justice, we are given an opportunity to reflect on how different reactions to a relationship breakdown can have huge ramifications. When a relationship breaks down, the results are likely to be emotive and challenging, not only for the  [ Read More ]

The Legal Ombudsman has reported that family law accounted for about 18% of approximately 7500 complaints received last year. The report acknowledges the emotional nature of family work and concedes that this sort of work is more likely to generate complaints than other, less personal legal issues.  However, the Legal Ombudsman reported that many concerns  [ Read More ]

The President of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger has expressed his concerns about the Government’s changes to legal aid in an interview with the BBC.  He is quoted as saying: “My worry is the removal of legal aid for people to get advice about law and get representation in court will start to undermine the  [ Read More ]

Mar 05

Job vacancy

We are looking for a legal executive or solicitor with up to 5 years’ PQE to join our specialist family law practice. Please apply with CV and covering letter to info@candcfamilylaw.co.uk by 25 March 2013.

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