Latest Legal News

A Change of Scenery?

Summer is over, and the weather is changing rapidly. When you are suffering with a chronic pain condition it means the battle with the heat may have ended for now, but a new battle emerges, the cold. Unless you are lucky enough to live in a warm climate...

A new school year - and a new start for your family?

The holidays are over and, for parents, this marks a new chapter in the year as their children move into the new school year – or to a new school altogether. Some face an additional challenge – relationship breakdown or separation.

New lease maintains Chippenham Town Football Club's proud standing in the National League South

Goughs Solicitors, one of Wiltshire’s leading law firms, has worked closely with Vanarama National League South side Chippenham Town Football Club to help secure the new lease of the Bluebirds ground. The new lease needed to be in place before the end...

Options for the treatment of Chronic Pain: Part Five: The Opioid Crisis

Professor Lesley Colvin, from the University of Dundee was quoted in a recent report “Most people are aware of the opioid epidemic in the States, where there's been a huge increase in strong opioids prescribed for the management of chronic pain...

Options for the treatment of Chronic Pain: Part Four - Alternative Treatments

In this penultimate article in our series of treatments for chronic pain we will be looking at alternative treatments that have been used or are currently being tested.. We will be exploring a number of treatments that are readily available and some that...

Separating? Don't bury your head in the sand...

Thinking of separating? Don’t bury your head in the sand. A financial agreement made in writing at the time of separation can offer some protection but if circumstances change, it might not be binding.

Options for the treatment of Chronic Pain - Part Three: Medication

Almost every person who has suffered from or been diagnosed with a Chronic Pain disorder will have initially been prescribed medication designed to manage their pain. Medication is the first and most obvious solution for treating and managing pain. There...

Options for the treatment of Chronic Pain: Part Two - Non Surgical Treatments

In the last article we looked at the different surgical options available for treating chronic pain conditions.  In this article we will be looking at some of the other medical treatments available to manage chronic pain.

Options for the treatment of Chronic Pain: Part One - Surgical options

Suffering from a chronic pain condition can be a lonely place.  Studies have shown over two fifths of the current population of the UK currently suffer from a chronic pain condition, many of which have developed as a result of an injury which has occurred as a result of the negligence of a third party. 

Divorce - what will the new law mean for you?

Experienced family lawyer Richard Bebb who has dealt with hundreds of divorces in his career, says we should applaud a long overdue change in the law which will remove the need for one spouse to point the finger of blame at the other.  Richard...
  • Page 1 of 20