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When to use a probate solicitor

When a loved one dies, taking care of all the legal aspects related to their estate can be difficult. Common concerns include the presence of a valid will and who has power to deal with the deceased’s estate. Andrew & Andrew probate solicitors in Portsmouth are very experienced in probate law and will help you…


Andrew & Andrew solicitors in Portsmouth – legal action for misdiagnosis

Most of us trust our doctors completely when it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of various health problems. Yet mistakes happen. In recent years, the number of misdiagnosis claims against the NHS has risen, costing many million pounds to the taxpayer. When it comes to medical negligence claims, Andrew & Andrew solicitors in Portsmouth…


Using unreasonable behaviour as a ground for divorce

Divorce in the UK is founded on a fault-based system, meaning that one of the spouses has to prove that there is a legal ground for divorce (unless separation for at least two years has occurred). The most common ground cited for divorce in the UK is unreasonable behaviour. However, this may not be as…


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…


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