Push for Cohabitation Rights Reform

One in every five families in the UK are cohabiting – it’s Resolution’s annual Awareness Week, which is launching a ‘Vision for Family Justice’ focusing on protection for [...]

Literary Bournemouth and Poole

In October, to coincide with Halloween, we looked at Mary Shelley’s links with Bournemouth and her iconic novel Frankenstein.  But local literary history and heritage also includes a number of [...]

Halloween is approaching…

Halloween is approaching… So as part of our local heritage series we thought we would look at the iconic story of Frankenstein.  As anyone familiar with Bournemouth’s literary history will know, [...]

Are Domestic Abuse Cases on the Rise?

Are Domestic Abuse Cases on the Rise? An overview of the scale of the issue The police recorded 1,500,369 domestic abuse-related incidents and crimes in England and Wales in the year ending March [...]

The Flying Boats of Poole Harbour

Our nostalgia series reflects on the communities we all live and work in.  This month, we’re taking a look at Poole’s fascinating flying boat history. The Flying Boats of Poole Harbour 1939 [...]

Prenuptial Agreements

Family solicitor, Alan Stanley, answers some frequently asked questions on prenuptial agreements as part of our Family Law Friday series: What is a prenuptial agreement and how does it work? A [...]

When should I extend my lease?

When should I extend my lease? Lucy Eveleigh, a Solicitor Apprentice in our Landlord and Tenant department, discusses the importance of being aware of the length of your lease when owning a [...]