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Children Disputes

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It goes without saying that upon parents separating, it is distressing for all family members concerned, no less the children, when the difficulties agreeing the arrangements for the children.

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VE Day Celebrations 2020

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Following the Government’s decision to move the early May bank holiday in 2020 from Monday 4th May to Friday 8th May, to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day as a public holiday, the Home Secretary announced the Government will consult on plans to extend pub licensing hours across England and Wales to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

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Charity offer counselling for gambling addicts

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NatWest is soon to offer counselling sessions for gambling addicts.  The sessions will be offered inside branches as part of a pilot scheme that could be rolled out across the country.

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Help and advice to publicans who have suffered during the recent floods

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Anyone working in a pub, bar or brewery who have been affected by the flooding in parts of Yorkshire and the West Midlands, should reach out for assistance to The Licensed Trade Charity.

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Judicial Separation -v- Divorce

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When a relationship comes to an end, couples often feel reluctant to draw a line under the marriage for a variety of reasons. Sometimes emotional, sometimes practical, sometimes religious. There is an alternative which couples can consider and that is Judicial Separation (or a Separation Order in relation to a civil partnership).

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