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Tallents Solicitors announces new Partner Appointment

30th April 2018

Tallents Solicitors is delighted to announce that solicitor Stephanie Whitchurch has been appointed as a Partner to the Dispute Resolution Team.

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Business & Property Courts launched to resolve disputes

25th October 2017
To streamline court-based business dispute resolution, the High Court’s business specialist courts will now come together under one umbrella term, namely the “Business & Property Courts of England and Wales” (B&PCs). In addition to the main court in London, which is also the largest dedicated business dispute resolution centre in the world, there will also be five regional courts in… Read more

Boundary disputes and Right of Way issues – how to be more neighbourly

27th February 2017
The Property Boundaries (Resolution of Disputes) Bill is currently before a Committee in the House of Lords, having received its second hearing in December 2016. Boundary disputes account for approximately 10,000 litigation cases each year and often cause lasting discord between neighbours, as well as taking up considerable time and effort for all parties involved. The Property Boundaries Bill seeks… Read more

Mediation – finding a fair solution for all

1st May 2013
Separation or divorce are emotionally draining and could also be financially draining if the case went to court. However, from 1st April 2013, changes to the legal aid system mean that legal aid will rarely be available for private family law cases, including child contact arrangements and divorce. (more…) Read more

Mediate, don’t litigate – finding alternatives to court proceedings

7th February 2012
Children are often caught in the middle when their parents decide to separate or divorce. With emotions running high, it can be difficult for parents alone to make clear and fair decisions about their children’s futures but Andrew Stout, a family lawyer at Tallents Solicitors, offers a practical alternative to costly court proceedings – mediation. (more…) Read more