Traffic What To Do If You Are Snapped By A Speed Camera

It may have happened completely unexpectedly.  You are driving along, happily listening to music or a podcast, or maybe just lost in thought, when you suddenly see a flash in your rear-view mirror and you realise that you have been snapped by a speed camera. So what happens next?  Let us explain. more

  Employment Help! I’ve Been Sacked From My Job

A Guide to Wrongful and Unfair Dismissal Being dismissed from your job is a stressful, humiliating experience.  If you believe the reason for the dismissal was wrong or unjust, then you have a right to challenge your employer’s decision in the Employment Tribunal and claim compensation. This guide will help you navigate the steps to take when making a claim against your employer.  It is separated into two parts – wrongful dismissal and unfair dismissal. more

  Family How to Get a Divorce in the UK

The procedure for getting a divorce in the United Kingdom is relatively straight-forward.  This page has been created to give you an overview of the process and what to expect. more

  Personal Injury Criminal Injuries Compensation

If you suffer injury as a victim of a crime involving violence then you may be eligible to apply to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) for compensation. more

  Family Things You Should Know About Divorce Laws in the US

Your first encounter with the US justice system may come when you are facing a divorce, except for the few times you appeared in court for violating traffic laws.  Without a doubt, dealing with attorneys, courts, and the United States’ large legal system can be a daunting task. In order to prepare yourself for what is to come and enhance your confidence, you should increase your knowledge of the basics of the divorce law in the US, and the legal procedures required to get a divorce. Read on to increase your basic understanding of the US divorce laws and processes. more

  Traffic Driving without insurance a risky affair with a tough fine at stake. But many chance their arm.

UK motoring law requires having at least the most basic - third party insurance to use the vehicle and drive the local highways. However, ‘using the vehicle’ has a broader context: by ‘using’ even parking and leaving it unattended is included. Even if your engine doesn’t start and you are steering tow-roped to the nearest body shop, you are still using the vehicle from a legal point of reference. You may even have your vehicle insured, but if you are not insured yourself, a penalty may follow. Importantly, the case where you grant a permission to an uninsured person to use a vehicle is considered to be a violation implying the identical penalties as if it were you driving the car. more

  Traffic Speeding penalties topping the fines list in UK. The problem on the rise

In the UK as for the year of 2014 there are more than 46 million drivers (24 million male and 22 million female motorists), and this audience is imposed to a huge number of fines and penalties. The scope of the problem becomes bigger with years, and it turns out that the top of the list of the most popular penalties on UK roads has its well-established tradition that doesn’t seem to be changed in the foreseeable future. So let’s have a closer look at the state of affairs on the pantheon of traffic code violations. more

  Trusts & Wills How to Obtain Probate

When a person dies they usually leave behind an estate (assets, money and/or property) and, hopefully a will. more

  Trusts & Wills How to Organise a Will

Research shows that less than half of the UK population has a will. However, if you die without having a will (known as dying intestate) then the consequences can be dire for your surviving family members. more

  Trusts & Wills What to do After Someone Dies

A loved one dying is a devastating experience, regardless of whether it was expected or not. It can be difficult to think about the legal requirements you need to fulfil in the days following the death, so this guide is designed to explain the process step by step, so it is one less thing you have to think about at such a trying time. more

  Trusts & Wills How to Claim Life Insurance After Someone Dies

The death of a loved one is one of the most stressful events a person can face in their lifetime. One of the biggest administrative burdens one must cope with upon the death of a relative is the claiming of life insurance. This short guide is designed to explain the steps you need to take to make a claim and what to do if your insurer will not pay out. more

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