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Why you should make a will

While there are many misconceptions when it comes to making a will, truth is that you are better off with one rather than without one. Firstly, a will reflects your wishes for your estate after your death; and secondly, you will can save your family and friends from a lot of legal troubles. Andrew &…


What constitutes professional negligence?

In the law of tort in the UK, professional negligence covers a wide range of situations where the defendant has represented themselves as having more abilities than they actually do. Professional negligence is set to protect people from those who are not qualified to deliver quality services and sets a legal standard for services that…


Children arrangements after a separation

One of the most important issues to tackle after separation is children arrangements. These arrangements are usually practical and involve the residence of the children, the visiting rights of the parent who is not granted custody, child maintenance and education, among others. At Andrew & Andrew, we appreciate that a separation can be quite stressful,…


Product liability explained

If you have a business that supplies products to consumers, then you are responsible for their safety. While the most responsibility lies with the manufacturer of the product, UK liability law states that salesmen and distributors also have legal responsibilities. Product liability rules are severe and tightly moderated and failing to comply can lead to…


What are the grounds for divorce?

If you are thinking about divorce, then you are probably curious about the law. UK law clearly states that you can divorce only if you have been married for a year (England & Wales), or if your spouse has spent at least a year in Scotland prior to the divorce. A divorce can occur for…


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