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We have raised £1840.86 for charity

Charlotte Mountain
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As part of our ‘Community Focus’ Value during the last 12 months, we have been able to raise a total of £1840.86 for the three charities we were supporting – York Mind, The Wildlife Orphanage and Encephalitis Society. As a firm, we...

No Fault Divorce

Mark Robinson
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It has been a hot topic in the press of late, and non fault divorce may just have come a step closer to becoming a reality. Within the last couple of weeks, the government launched a consultation to consider reforming the legal requirements for divorce, with...

The New Agriculture Bill

Clair Douglas
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The new Agriculture Bill, setting out the policy framework for supporting UK Agriculture post-Brexit, is due to be introduced into Parliament today (12 September 2018). As the Government previously indicated, the new policy will not include a cap on...

A smart parenting plan can be an asset after divorce

Christopher Myles
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This blog gives a great insight into how parenting plans are becoming more and more recognised as the way for both parents to coordinate their parenting, their lives and their relationship with their children after divorce - written by Rosalind Sedacca, a...

NFU reappoints Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors to the Legal Panel

Jennifer Bartram
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Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors has successfully been reappointed as one of two law firms on the National Farmers Union (NFU) Legal Panel for the North East region following an intensive six-month review. Jennifer Bartram, Senior Director and Head of the...

Legal Aid Contract success

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Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors have had their Legal Aid Agency contract renewed to continue to be able to provide legal services to clients who are eligible for legal aid in relation to certain types of family matters. Chris Myles, Director and Head of Family...

Divorcing parents - Don't bring your battles to Court

Christopher Myles
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This blog gives a great insight into taking a positive approach to divorce, especially when children are involved and is well written by Rosalind Sedacca, a Divorce & Parenting Coach. You’re getting divorced and you’re angry, resentful,...

What to do if you have an invasive plant growing on your land

Adele Holliday
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Would you know if you had an invasive plant growing on your land?  If you were savvy enough to identify such a plant, would you know what you need to do, from a legal perspective, and what you should do, as a preventative measure? There is much...

Advice on planning ahead for your health and care in later life

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There are many things that need to be considered and decided on by others if you lose mental capacity, such as the many types of medical and care treatments you could receive. This includes whether you want life sustaining treatment in all scenarios, life...

Permission for metal detecting on your land

Orlando Bridgeman
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There have been recent news stories reporting on night time digging for artefacts at Hadrian’s Wall. Historic England are working with the police and National Crime Agency to try to identify the nighthawks. The vast majority of metal detecting in...

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