Just because you’re a parent doesn’t mean you can separate your child from your spouse whenever, wherever, and for whatever reason. Families, divorcing or not, are bound by law. Taking a child away from his home without the consent of those with parental responsibility or the court constitutes parental child abduction. In just under a […]Continue reading

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At the heart of every decision in family courts and also in adoption, the welfare of the child is the most important consideration. Adopting a child is a life changing decision and process. A few simple considerations are set out of below. For early professional advice come and see us at PSPLaw. Age and Status […]Continue reading

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Unfortunately, not all marriages have a happy ending. Others end in divorce due to ill-fated circumstances. When filing a divorce, hiring a divorce solicitor is among the first things to be done. A divorce solicitor plays a major role in the divorce process. Filing for a Divorce in London For couples residing in the U.K., […]Continue reading

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Perfidia is coincidentally the title of the latest novel of James Ellroy in which he explains that the word is from the Spanish for betrayal. The Chairman of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA), Tony Cross QC, awaits the result of a ballot of CBA Members closing 5pm Tuesday 19 May 2015. The ballot asked, “Would […]Continue reading

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If you’re residing in the United Kingdom and the circumstances of your birth are making you uncertain of your nationality status, an experienced immigration lawyer can help shed light on the matter. Here are the six possible types of British nationality that your solicitor will check for, along with their distinctive characteristics. British citizenship applies […]Continue reading

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When you hear some stories of immigrants in London, it’s easy to become intimidated. There are some people that get taken to immigrant detention centres, stripped of their British citizenship, or deported to their native country (even if they have not lived there for decades). There are also some people studying or working in the […]Continue reading

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A tradition of immigration, good education, English as a language are among the reasons that many people are attracted to the UK. It isn’t easy to migrate to the country, though, due to tight immigration laws. You can increase your chances of moving with the help of an immigration solicitor. The Requirements Three factors are […]Continue reading

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All the parts of the criminal justice system, legal aid, prisons, prosecution, the courts service, probation, are in crisis. It has been an unprecedented attack on the institutions of justice with parallel cuts to civil legal aid taking millions of people out of scope and denying them meaningful access to representation and advice. When did […]Continue reading

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A Guardian review of key party policies on the 29th April, refers to a Tory Party Policy shift. Persistent drug addicts, vandals and shoplifters may get a “short, sharp spell in custody to change behaviour”. This echoes the 1982 Criminal Justice Act where Mrs Thatcher reinvigorated Borstal with the short, sharp, shock for young offenders. […]Continue reading

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