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  • ​What is Unreasonable Behaviour to Justify a Divorce?

    ​What is Unreasonable Behaviour to Justify a Divorce?

    The case of Mr and Mrs Owens that was dealt with by the Court of Appeal earlier this year sent tremors through the family law field in relation to how Divorce Petitions are drafted.In this case Mr Owens defended a divorce started by his wif...

  • Japanese knotweed – a true nightmare for landowners

    Japanese knotweed – a true nightmare for landowners

    What kind of responsibilities do you have as landowner if you discover Japanese knotweed on your property? What are your obligations as a seller? What do you need to know if you intend to buy a new property and you have reasons to believe t...

  • ​World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – 15th June 2017

    ​World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – 15th June 2017

    Thursday 15th June marks the eleventh World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD). WEAAD is an occasion set up by the United Nations when countries throughout the world demonstrate their opposition to elder abuse and highlight ways in which peo...

  • ​Summer networking at its finest: Lunch on the Green 2017

    ​Summer networking at its finest: Lunch on the Green 2017

    Mix, mingle, and soak up the sun at Clapham & Collinge's annual summer networking and fundraising event in support of Break Charity. With plenty of local businesses exhibiting across all sectors, many offering special deals and delights...

  • Snap Election 2017: What it means to employees and employers

    Snap Election 2017: What it means to employees and employers

    Zero hour contracts have been in the news a lot recently with Clapham & Collinge reporting on them back in March. Whilst they can offer the employee flexibility and a balance between home and work life, they can also exploit the worker....

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