Monthly Archives: November 2015

Indeed, what about the child? In many cases of separating couples, the children get caught up, whether intentionally or not, in the emotional turmoil between their parents on the breakdown of their relationship. A child of separating parents can feel … Continue reading

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A 3 year long multi million pound dispute has been successfully settled after 8 days into a 12 day trial at the Commercial Court of the High Court in London. Jerome Soucek and Christopher Hayes of Edward Hayes LLP have … Continue reading

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Christmas is a time for joy and celebration, and for families with children to create magical memories they will cherish forever. But for parents who are in the midst of divorce or separation it can be one of toughest times, … Continue reading

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Young professionals and students are finding that they are faced with a far more challenging environment due to increased legislation and compliance requirements. Maria Monan who has had significant experience in dealing with such cases recently represented a young professional … Continue reading

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How can you be guilty of an offence you did not actively take part in or know was going to happen? Whether you were the person who was holding the gun, the driver of the getaway car or even in … Continue reading

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