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When an inquest might be necessary In most cases the death of someone who has been receiving medical treatment can simply be certified...
Proprietary estoppel is in the news again, with yet another family farm dispute ending up in court after a son was denied...
Couples who live together without getting married often assume they have 'common law' rights. We often hear from women in particular who...
A young man was sexually abused by a family 'friend' when visiting the man’s house to play computer games with his cousin. Although the abuser...
When embarking on a medical negligence claim, the first telephone call is often the hardest to make. It can be even more...