Nearly two-thirds of parents made no legal provisions for who would care for their children if they were no longer around. Have you put any provisions in place for your children should the worst happen?
What exactly are civil partnerships? Here's everything you need to know.
There's a call for a change in the divorce law, but what change is that? Read our blog to find out more.
The Divorce procedure is not as straightforward as people may think. In this article, we explain the process and what qualifies for a divorce.
Unfortunately, age discrimination still very much exists in the workplace. Whether you're 'too old' or 'too young', millions of people are being turned away from employers due to their age. Read our blog to find out more.
PRESS RELEASE: In light of a national report, Robertsons Solicitors take a look into the ever-increasing number of people living with dementia which, combined with the failure to plan ahead for mental incapacity, exposes a looming crisis.
You may have heard of the court case involving a plumber and his fight for employment rights against Pimlico Plumbers, recently. But, what made the plumber take the plunge and start legal proceedings, and should you do the same?
If you are getting divorced then it’s important that the finances are settled at the same time. There are a number of cases where ex-spouses can make a financial claim many years down the line, and it can become more complicated if one of the couple dies. A recent case saw a claim being made 40 years following divorce.
When it comes to parents and their children, it is a general assumption that parents know what’s right for their child. But when a child is terminally ill, medical professionals will play a large role in deciding what is best for the child, which can cause parents and the medical world to collide. So, why don't parents get the final say?
If you are suddenly struck by a severe illness, disability or accident that leaves you physically or mentally incapacitated, you’ll need someone to act on your behalf such as a Lasting Power of Attorney. Here’s what you need to know about an LPA and how to plan for the unexpected and take the edge off those nasty surprises.