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In what is thought to be the first lesbian divorce case to reach the Court of Appeal, the former partner of a successful property developer is fighting for a larger portion of her £6m fortune.
A bill which will give greater legal protection to cohabitees has been debated in the House of Lords.
Deputies appointed by the Court of Protection could be subject to stricter supervision, under proposals published last month.
Potholes are in the news again this week following the release into the public domain of some facts and figures about what councils are spending on highway repairs, and the state of the roads generally. Louise Huckstep, solicitor in our Personal Injury team, who frequently acts for those injured as a result of potholes, highlights ways in which you can report potholes.
In a case that has caused considerable controversy, a divorced father has been ordered by the court to take his children to Mass at Christmas.
A crackdown on absent parents who fail to pay for their children has been hailed a success.