A trust is a useful tool that protects your assets and ensures the future financial stability of your loved ones. You can place different kinds of assets into a trust, including cash, shares, investments, real property, and land.
Workplace discrimination can create toxic work environments and negatively impact a business and its employees.
Handling stolen goods is a criminal offence. This article covers and shows the penalties and consequences around stolen goods.
Failing to stop after an accident is a serious offence. This covers all you need to know, including penalties and potential consequences.
A party wall is a wall that stands astride the boundary of land belonging to two or more owners that can often result in complications.
Affray refers to a disturbance involving violence or the threat of violence to the extent any bystanders may fear for their safety.
Gross negligence manslaughter is a conscious and voluntary disregard of the need to use reasonable care, resulting in death.
Revenge porn refers to the distribution of private, sexually explicit materials of someone without their consent.
Corporate manslaughter is a complicated area of law that requires plenty of evidence and scrutiny to challenge effectively.
‘Totting up’ relates to the accruement of points on your driving licence. Having too many points on your licence will lead to a driving ban.