Scotland should consider following other jurisdictions by introducing a presumption of shared care, which on the research has numerous benefits for the children involved
From the Professional Practice team: difficulties have arisen in some cases in requesting medical records post-GDPR, but solicitors are entitled to these with the client's authority
This month's contribution on wellbeing comes from a solicitor who offers a candid personal account of accepting the need for help, and searching until he found it
Despite the welcome decision by the UK Government to abolish the “same roof rule” precluding criminal injuries compensation, questions remain over the extent of the rights of those affected
Two recent sheriff court decisions have explored what is a “qualified creditor” for the purposes of petitioning for a debtor’s sequestration