Every one of us living in this world deserves a life out of danger, fear and other issues from the environment or from people. Apart from the effects of environment due to several factors, there are lot of people who act and live against the peace of other people. Every activity of people in the… Continue reading How to control people from doing illegal activities?
To nobody’s surprise, the government last night rejected arguments on behalf of mesothelioma sufferers and overturned a Lords amendment that would have exempted them from the effects of Part 2 of the legal aid bill (known as the Jackson reforms). The justice minister Jonathan Djanogly argued that asbestos cases are not sufficiently different from other… Continue reading Still suffering from an accident for which you weren’t to blame?
In any complex legal issue, especially one that includes a ton of money, it is a great idea to have a lawyer. In addition to data management, lawyers provide the advice they really need and apply their skills to every legitimate issue. There are many law firms, but that does not mean that all lawyers… Continue reading Some Useful Tips How to Find a Lawyer
Last night in the House of Lords Peers there were eight vote covering the need for the Bill to contain a statement of the principle of legal aid, the criteria for obtaining legal aid for domestic violence cases, the scope of civil legal aid in the future and an exemption from new no win, no… Continue reading Lords vote to protect victims of domestic violence
Hard-up couples choosing to represent themselves are causing chaos in the divorce courts, it has emerged. The recession and upcoming cuts to legal aid are putting immense pressure on family courts as litigants shun solicitors to go it alone, The Law Society Gazette reported. Meanwhile wealthier divorcing couples are benefiting from a new arbitration scheme… Continue reading Rise of the DIY divorce: Hard-up couples causing court chaos by representing themselves amid cutbacks
The Women’s Institute and Mumsnet are among a powerful alliance of women’s groups that has written a private letter to justice secretary Kenneth Clarke, warning that the government’s plans to reform legal aid will hurt victims of domestic violence. A letter copied to the prime minister, David Cameron, signed by the two organisations, along with… Continue reading Women’s alliance lobbies Clarke over legal aid reforms