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Asbestos The Fatal Fibre

Anyone who has known a family member or friend who has suffered from an asbestos related disease knows too well how horrific these conditions can be. 

20/10/2016asbestos claims

Increase for immigration appeal fees

From the 10th October 2016, it will cost £800 to lodge an appeal to the First Tier Tribunal against an immigration decision if an oral hearing is requested. Prior to today the fee was £140.00. That reflects an increase of over 500%.  

 

10/10/2016immigration

Homemade Wills - Are They Worth The Risk

 

In an age where everything seems to come with a price tag, most of us in one way or another will try and find cost-effective ways in which to handle our affairs in an effort to save some money.  A popular money-saving exercise that seems to have caught the attention of the thrifty amongst us is the option of writing your own Will.

02/09/2016wills & estates

Property Surveys To Invest or Not to Invest

Buying a new home can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience – exciting because it marks a new start in a new home, and nerve-wracking because buying a house is a big expense and commitment. 

16/08/2016property

Solicitors for the Elderly Accreditation for Linda Johnston

 

Earlier this year Linda was accredited with the Older Client Care in Practice (OCCP) Award via the Solicitors for the Elderly.

15/08/2016elder clients

Taking Control of Your Life, Even in Death

 

In June 2016, Belfast hosted the British Medical Association (BMA) Annual Conference.  One controversial topic debated was the BMA’s position on assisted suicide.  The issue centered on whether the BMA should adopt a stance of being “neutral” rather than “opposed” to assisting a person ending their own life.  

27/07/2016wills & estates

Brexit What next for EEA nationals living and working in NI

Who knows? There is a significant degree of uncertainty given the results of the referendum on the 23rd June and it will take some time before the government and individuals know specifically where we stand in relation to the rest of the EU.  Whether you voted leave or remain there will be considerable repercussions for years to come, the full extent of which are currently unknown.

 

06/07/2016immigration

Our Guide to Planning Permission and Building Control

So,  that dream home you bought years ago no longer feels like much of a dream – in fact, it may be turning into more of a logistical nightmare as your family grows and the house seems to shrink in size!

21/06/2016property