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26th September 2017

What's mine is yours? Top 10 Tips for your prenuptial agreement.

The excitement over planning a wedding can take over the whole family, but prudent brides, grooms and their families should not overlook the financial implications of their future nuptials.

10th May 2017


It’s official – there has never been a better time to buy a house. Britain’s lowest ever mortgage rate was launched last month at a staggeringly low 0.89% by one building society, beating the previous record of 0.98%.

19th April 2017

Totting Up and Discretionary Disqualification

If a motorist's licence is endorsed with 12 or more penalty points the Court must consider a driving disqualification.

18th April 2017

Don't Phone - Or Don't Drive

Using a mobile phone when driving - nearly a third of all motorists admit they’ve done it. Yet it’s been against the law since 2003.

15th March 2017

Après Ski accident? Go local with your claim.

 Anyone watching the current TV series of The Jump on Channel 4 will realise that winter sports are not without their hazards...

14th February 2017

What price the 'Unaffordable?'

What’s the most expensive place in the world to buy a house?

16th January 2017

Youths at the Police Station

The age of criminal responsibility in the UK is 10.

4th January 2017

Breaking up is hard to do.

It’s not the greatest way to begin 2017 but many couples have already faced up to the fact that their “happily ever after” days are definitely over.

15th November 2016

Are you worried about losing your driving licence?

It's that time of year when the party poppers are coming out and the office parties present the chance of "just one more". But beware...

10th October 2016

Doing your Homework before you move

3rd October 2016

Rundlewalker Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support

Thank you so much to you all for your cakes, donations and assistance today! We raised a massive £112.67!

13th September 2016

Peace of mind in later life

Increasingly, many families are having to face up to dealing with the difficult subject of dementia and its effects upon the future of those who suffer from this cruel disease.

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