In property sales you need an estate agent and a conveyancing solicitor. We discuss their distinct roles.
Getting your divorce in England and Wales is a popular choice for the super rich abroad – is it right for you? Do you qualify?
When you’re thinking of buying a home of your own, one of the issues you will come up with is choosing to buy a freehold or leasehold property. We run through some of the issues involved.
An examination of the different options for direct contact between divorced parent and child. Supervised contact through to home visits and holidays.
Changes in employment rights are coming up for parents and carers. We look at three bills that have gained royal assent
The Government has published its response to the ‘making flexible working the default’ consultation that it ran in 2022 confirming that it will make the right to request flexible working a right from day one of employment.
Your divorce settlement is closed once it has been agreed by a judge after your decree nisi has been granted. But you can make changes …
All staff at Cunningtons complete basic Dementia Friends training. This makes them aware of the issues that some of our clients may be facing.
We explode the myth of the DIY Will. In a recent case the court threw out a free DIY version of a Will in favour of an earlier copy.
We explain what options you have to repay or transfer your mortgage as part of your divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership.
Huge hold ups at the Office of the Public Guardian mean continuing delays for Lasting Powers of Attorney. Do yours now, you never know when you’ll need it.