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An Update on Reclaiming a Stamp Duty Surcharge

The government is preparing to relax the rules surrounding when you can apply to reclaim a stamp duty surcharge.

Covid-19 lockdown causes increase in Domestic Abuse but emergency Court protection still available

It is highlighted this week in newly released PSNI statistics that the number of domestic abuse crimes in the last year has been the highest figure recorded in Northern Ireland the last 15 years.   In total, the PSNI recorded 31,817 incidents between 1 April 2019 and 31 March 2020, an increase of 15 per cent on last year’s figures.

NI Consultant Chest Physician Considers Pre and Post Covid-19

Dr Geoffrey Todd is a Consultant Chest Physician who has been providing expert Medicolegal reports for Francis Hanna & Company clients in chest disease cases for decades.
21/05/2020general news

Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc-based baby powder in the US

It has been announced today that healthcare giant Johnson and Johnson will stop selling its Johnson’s Baby Powder in the US and Canada, amid a wave of litigation claiming that the talc-based product can cause cancer.
20/05/2020asbestos claims

Employment laws from the Board Room to the Spare Room

Earlier this week Twitter announced that it would allow some employees to work from home permanently, with their Head of Human Resources acknowledging that the company’s way of work would “probably never be the same again”.

Divorce Case Study- I don't know what assets my spouse has

Unquestionably, the breakdown of a marriage can be a difficult and stressful time in a person’s life.     In this article, we will look at some of the concerns that people separating may have about how they approach and deal with the financial side of divorce. 

Conveyancing in the Coronavirus Crisis

The situation that we currently find ourselves in with the Covid-19 lockdown means most of us are spending more time at home with family. This can mean we finally have a chance to consider some of the more momentous decisions, such as asking ourselves if we are happy with where we live, and if not, can we move?

Bereavement Benefit Inequalities More Striking Now Than Ever

One of the most encouraging aspects of the Governments response to the pandemic has been how quickly measures have been put in place and laws have been passed in order to support people when they need it.
05/05/2020social justice