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Suffered medical negligence?

NHS or private medical care in the UK is of the highest standard, but occasionally things can go wrong. If you think that you have been the victim of medical negligence, then Andrew & Andrew solicitors in Portsmouth can help. If you have sustained injuries due to medical negligence, then the law allows you to…


Child residency explained

When a marriage ends, people are asked to make arrangements for the residency of their children. Ideally, this should be decided without the intervention of the court, but it is not always feasible. Sometimes a former husband and wife are unable to decide appropriate living arrangements or the amount of financial support that is appropriate….


What is the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme?

When you visit Andrew & Andrew’s website, you will see that we are members of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). We want to let you know what that means and how it affects your choice of Andrew & Andrew as your conveyancing solicitors in Portsmouth. Buying a property is one of the most…


Mis-sold mortgages explained

If you were sold a mortgage between 2004 and 2009, it is possible that you have been mis-sold a product that was not suitable for you. This is particularly true if you have one of the following mortgages: Interest only mortgage Debt consolidation mortgage Self-certification mortgage Right to buy mortgage Subprime mortgage Mortgage into retirement…


Intestate – what does it mean and how can we help?

A properly executed will can be contested but, usually, it determines the way an estate will be divided after someone passes away. If they did not leave a will, the estate is said to be intestate and it is likely to be divided according to legal guidelines. These say that the estate passes to the…


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