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Legal rights of unmarried couples

In recent years, the number of people who prefer to live together without getting married or enter into a civil partnership has increased considerably in the UK. However, when it comes to separation is it crucial to understand that the legal rights of these couples are different from those of married couples. At Andrew &…


Adultery as a reason for divorce – all you need to know

To divorce on the grounds of adultery, someone must prove that their spouse has committed adultery and that they find it impossible to continue living with them. However, it is not possible to issue a divorce on the basis of your own adultery. At Andrew & Andrew, our experienced family solicitors in Portsmouth will advise…


Do I really need a conveyancing solicitor in order to buy a house?

If you are currently in the market for a house, you are probably wondering whether you can handle this on your own or if it is a better idea to trust a conveyancing solicitor. The short answer is yes. Conveyancing is not a simple legal procedure and having someone by your side to guide you…


Is probate required if there is a will?

Most estates do need to go through probate after a person has died, regardless if there is a will or not. Probate can be a really complex legal process, therefore legal guidance is necessary. At Andrew & Andrew, our experienced and thoroughly trained probate solicitors in Portsmouth can help you sort out the estate of…


Andrew & Andrew solicitors in Portsmouth – learn about our services

At Andrew & Andrew, we offer an extensive range of legal services. Our team of experienced solicitors is here to help with all of your legal enquiries and to offer advice in what can often be tricky situations. Andrew & Andrew solicitors in Portsmouth can offer advice can offer advice on personal legal matters, but…


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