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The specialist family lawyers at Goughs Solicitors we have been speaking with many couples who are unsure of where to turn now that many of the lockdown restrictions are beginning to lift. The pressures of the past few months have proven too much for some couples whose relationships were already under strain. We are pleased to be able to offer tailored expertise and advice for all relationship dissolution scenarios, to enable you to start building the next chapter of your life.
Employers will be familiar with the Guidance issued by Gov.UK regarding furlough leave, but may be finding that Guidance increasingly difficult to follow given the changes and updates that are taking place. We have summarised what you need to know as we head in to a period of 'Flexible Furloughing.
Goughs Solicitors has been part of the Wiltshire landscape since 1882, and in 2015 we signed up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant. This is a pledge to support the armed forces community and to recognise the value that serving personnel (both regular and reservist), veterans, and military families contribute to our business and our country.
We are seeing a further relaxing of the social distancing rules, with “support bubbles” for single parent households, but what happens if you are still not being allowed to see your children despite there being a court order in place?
Cohabitees are the fastest growing demographic of couples in the UK, increasing at a rate far greater than married couples and civil partnerships which are available for same sex couples and more recently opposite sex couples.
Unfortunately lockdown has created a strained situation for many couples and we have been asked what rights people really have who are co-habiting?
Our Wiltshire are open, meaning that those requiring a face to face meeting with a Solicitor are able to once again.
Regardless of the industry you are in, any workplace can be dangerous to a certain extent, so this brings strict health and safety rules to govern everything from scaffolding on construction sites to machinery in a factory. Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, workplaces may have had reduced access to cash and the services available to appropriately service and maintain equipment.
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