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10th January 2016

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

It's not a great way to start the New Year but many couples have already faced up to the fact that their "happily ever after" days are now over.

9th December 2015

Goodbye Buy to Let?

Britain has enjoyed a long love affair with the idea of investing in property to let out. 

4th November 2015

Short term saving to long term nightmare

How’s this for a nightmare scenario? You find your dream home, your offer is accepted and you move in. Except that the dream sequence ends abruptly on the first night.

28th September 2015

When an Englishman's home is someone else's.

Imagine discovering that the home you thought you owned has been sold to someone else, or used as collateral for a huge loan.

23rd September 2015

Accidents at Work - know your rights

There are more than a million people in the UK suffering from work related illness or injuries, therefore it is important to understand your rights.

20th September 2015

DASLS Champions Cup

The team from Rundlewalker recently took part in the Devon and Somerset Law Society 5-a-Side Competition held at the Exeter University Sports Hall. 

6th July 2015

The mechanics of getting a divorce

Divorce is one of the most stressful processes in life. Think Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who couldn't live with, nor without each other. It took two divorces to put a formal end to their relationship.

5th June 2015

Look after your afterlife...

Guitarist Jimi Hendrix didn’t make one. Neither did Abraham Lincoln, Bob Marley, Amy Winehouse nor even eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes. They all died without leaving a will.

5th June 2015

Injury and accident claim successes

The Personal Injury team at Rundlewalker has again succeeded in winning compensation for several clients.

28th May 2015

Check out the team modelling their hats in aid of "Hats for Headway"

18th May 2015

Counting the cost of the confetti

The British love affair with weddings is on the wane. Recent research reveals that only a quarter of couples moving in together actively see it as a step towards marriage.

18th May 2015

Peace of mind in later life

The legal profession has Hollywood to thank for a recent spate of films dealing with the difficult subject of dementia.

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