Cyber Courts – Why not to use them

The legal profession has evolved greatly over the past 1,000 years. When the Normans invaded in 1066, local courts were presided over by a lord or one of his stewards, and the King’s Court was presided over by the King himself. Up until the 12th century, an accused’s...

Silver Divorce Rates on the Increase

43% said increasingly different interests caused irreparable rifts in their marriage 76% of ‘over-50’ divorcees report new-found feelings of relief, excitement and confidence 64% feel they have moved on successfully Brits who annul their marriage in later life report...

Landmark Inheritance Case – what we should learn

Over the past week the probate legal community has been busy debating the case of Ilott v Mitson, where a woman who was excluded from her mother’s will was awarded a £164,000 inheritance. The deceased (Mrs Jackson) and her daughter (Heather) were estranged and...