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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…

What are Help to Buy schemes and how can I benefit from them?

Help to Buy is a government scheme that allows first home buyers to obtain a property with a 5% deposit. More specifically, the government offers an equity loan to first-time buyers or existing homeowners, who wish to buy a newly-built house. This scheme does not apply to people who are looking into buying a second…

What is probate and how does it work?

In the event of someone dying, the best case scenario involves a will and a basic arrangement of the deceased’s financial affairs – but that is not always the case. Some people die without arranging their financial affairs or even without a will and this can lead to a complex and lengthy procedure in court….

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….

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