Nannette Kendrick is the Head of New Business and Marketing at Lovedays Solicitors who specialise in Family Law, divorce and property services such as conveyancing.
Grandparents rights: How does it work in the UK?
As the law in the UK currently stands, grandparents have no automatic rights over their grandchildren. It may, however, be possible for grandparents to acquire those rights. Here is a quick guide to what you need to know.
Children's personal data: What are your responsibilities?
The advent of the new GDPR laws that were brought in a few years ago made a lot of businesses sit up and take notice when it came to thinking about how they collect and handle data. Most have now got to grips with this where adults are concerned, but what are your responsibilities as a business when it comes to the personal data of children?
What is a Lasting Power of Attorney and should I have one?
A lasting power of attorney is a legal document that appoints someone to represent you if you become unable to act for yourself. The person does not have to be a professional. They do, however, need to be someone you can trust to promote your best interests in what can be complex and challenging situations.
Contesting a Will - When & How It's Done
There is only one reason to contest a will. This is that you have grounds to believe that it does not accurately reflect the wishes of the deceased. Contesting a will can, however, be financially and emotionally draining. You should therefore only do so if you are certain it is the best course of action.
What does Brexit mean for cross compliance?
The rules governing the application of fertiliser, hedgecutting and livestock record-keeping, known as cross-compliance, have been relaxed this year, but there are still some important details that farmers need to keep their eye on in order to not get caught out.