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Justice reformer condemns digital criminal courts plan

Government plans for virtual court hearings and online guilty pleas for criminal offences are poorly costed, based on weak evidence and have not been subjected to proper consultation, a national justice charity says today.

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Amendments to probate court fees confirmed

Despite overwhelming objections, the government has decided to proceed with proposed changes to the way in which probate court fees are calculated, as from May 2017.

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Lasting Powers of Attorney – What is it all about?

Lasting Powers of Attorney (‘LPAs’) – you may have heard of them, you may not; what are they and do you need one?

If you have ever tried to deal with a bank, insurance company, even internet provider on someone else’s behalf you will know how difficult it is nowadays to get anything done.

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Award-winning Isle of Wight law firm hires new Senior Solicitor

Churchers Bolitho Way have recently hired widely-respected Isle of Wight solicitor Emma Gifford, who is now running the firm’s Isle of Wight office.

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