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How To Resolve Property Boundary Disputes

How to resolve property boundary disputes You may have seen the recent news story in which this amusing image first featured! But it’s not all fun and games when it comes to whose land is whose…

Once Probate Is Granted What Happens Next?

  What Is Probate? If a person has died without leaving a will, it is usually up to the next of kin to apply for a 'grant of letters of administration', otherwise known as probate. While this in itself can sometimes feel like an ordeal, especially in such a time of grief, there is still much to do after probate is granted in order to fully complete the administration of the estate. In fact, it can take another six to twelve months to transfer all the funds, assets, and property of an estate once probate is granted. The exact length of time it takes to administer an estate depends very much on how complicated the estate is and whether anything unexpected happens during the process, such as liabilities against the estate.

Top 5 Most Common Reasons For Divorce

Top 5 Most Common Reasons For Divorce Divorce is relatively common in the UK. While every couple is unique, some common reasons for divorce show up time and time again. Here, we will look at some of the main reasons for divorce and detail how Bowsers Solicitors can help.

Can You Legally Demand Your Employees To Get The COVID Vaccine?

Can you legally demand your employees to get the COVID vaccine? The last several months have been very stressful for everyone, including employees and employers. Now, with the drive to get everyone in the country vaccinated against COVID-19, you may be wondering how this impacts your work. If you are not planning to get the COVID vaccine, here are the answers to some of those driving questions.

Lockdown Has Been Lifted! What Has Changed?

Lockdown felt like it lasted forever, and now things are changing at last. Though the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing, the extended lockdown that kept much of England and the wider UK staying safe at home has ended. But what does this lockdown lifting mean for you? What has changed, and what has stayed the same? Read on to find out more.

When Will The New No Fault Divorce Law Come Into Effect In The UK?

When will the new No Fault Divorce Law come into effect in the UK? As of the current time, there is no easy way to acquire a divorce without claiming one party is at fault. However, this is all set to change with the new No Fault Divorce Law UK. This law will make it easier for amicably separating couples to divorce - read on to answer the question “when does no fault divorce come in UK?” and find out how this will impact separating couples.