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No fault divorce legislation delayed: does it matter?

No fault divorce legislation delayed: does it matter?

Posted on June 18, 2021, by Sarah Evans

The introduction of a no fault divorce law has been delayed. Sarah Evans, Partner in Coodes Solicitors’ Family team offers…

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Lump sum exit scheme: what does it mean for farmers in the South West?

Lump sum exit scheme: what does it mean for farmers in the South West?

Posted on June 11, 2021

Ed Coode, Associate Solicitor in Coodes Solicitors’ Rural Services Team says the lump sum exit scheme for farmers could have…

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Could social media affect my personal injury or clinical negligence claim?

Could social media affect my personal injury or clinical negligence claim?

Posted on June 09, 2021, by Rachel Pearce

In a recent clinical negligence case, social media posts were used as evidence against the claimant, resulting in the entire…

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Transfer of equity in a divorce: getting the timing right

Transfer of equity in a divorce: getting the timing right

Posted on June 08, 2021, by Sophie Jones

Sophie Jones, Chartered Legal Executive in Coodes Solicitors’ Residential Property team, says timing is crucial when arranging a transfer of…

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The limitation period in clinical negligence and personal injury claims

The limitation period in clinical negligence and personal injury claims

Posted on May 28, 2021

Julie Hatton, Partner and clinical negligence specialist at Coodes Solicitors highlights the importance of the limitation period in clinical negligence…

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Forces Help to Buy: ten things you need to know

Forces Help to Buy: ten things you need to know

Posted on May 28, 2021, by Sophie Hockey

Sophie Hockey, Conveyancing Executive in Coodes’ Residential Property team, highlights ten things you need to know about the Forces Help…

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Five reasons why someone who lacks capacity may be able to make some decisions for themselves

Five reasons why someone who lacks capacity may be able to make some decisions for themselves

Posted on May 26, 2021, by Poppy Phipps

Many people assume that if someone lacks capacity they are unable to make any decisions about important aspects of their…

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The impact of Cornwall’s property boom on equity release

The impact of Cornwall’s property boom on equity release

Posted on May 26, 2021, by Michelle Hawkins

The property boom in Cornwall means more people are considering equity release to help children and grandchildren onto the property…

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End to evictions ban: what does it mean for landlords?

End to evictions ban: what does it mean for landlords?

Posted on May 19, 2021, by Jenny Carter

The temporary ban on landlords evicting tenants is set to be lifted. Jenny Carter in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team…

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Making a personal injury claim on behalf of a child

Making a personal injury claim on behalf of a child

Posted on May 12, 2021, by Sharon Parsons

Sharon Parsons of Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team outlines some of the considerations if you are making…

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