January 2015 | Walker Foster SolicitorsJanuary 2015 | Walker Foster Solicitors

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This is often a contentious issue for many separated parents particularly so during holiday periods and Christmas time regardless of how long ago they separated. Following changes in the law, parents are now required to attend mediation prior to commencing…

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Employers need to get ready for a significant change in the rights of employees who are parents. Parents of babies expected on or after 5th April 2015 will be able to convert the mother’s maternity leave into shared parental leave.…

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In a recent case  (Robinson v. Kensington and Chelsea and another (2014) [2014] EWHC 4449 (QB)) the High Court set aside a Default Judgment that had been entered when the Defendant’s Acknowledgment of Service had been filed with the Court five…

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No, you are not. On the contrary, to take some control of your own destiny and make your decisions is strength. Mediation is a tried and tested dispute resolution option encouraged by the Courts as a means of avoiding expensive…

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We are pleased to announce that Julie Smith has joined our conveyancing department. Julie adds to the strong property department at Walker Foster. Experience, knowledge and dedicated people allow Walker Foster to provide professional service to a very high standard.…

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  The Monday of the first working week back after the New Year break is customarily known as ‘D Day’ or ‘Divorce Day’.   Our experience at Walker Foster is that January is the busiest month of the year for…

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