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Common law marriage - does it exist?

“Does common law marriage exist?”  The short answer is “no”, however, almost half of people in England and Wales mistakenly believe that unmarried couples who live together have a common law marriage and enjoy the same rights as couples that are legally married.

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New service for identifying charitable bequests

Senior Probate Executive, Alanna White, comments on a new system alerting charities to when they have been left money in wills is to be established by HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) following a decision to end its current arrangement.

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Do you need to insure your car if you don’t drive it?

March 2019

Partner, Hannah Jones, considers the implications of a recent ruling from the European court of Justice, which was asked “Do you need to insure a car that is kept secured off-road and which you have no intention of using?”

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Churchers Solicitors sponsors Island Games Athletics team

February 2019

Churchers sponsors the Isle of Wight Athletics team in the Island Games!

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Do you know your Consumer Rights?

In the lead up to Christmas, knowing your rights as a consumer is as important as ever.

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Right to refuse a business tenancy cannot be misused

An interesting case is currently making its way through the court system and may have far reaching implications for the landlord/tenant relationship in relation to tenancy renewals

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