Edward Hayes Lawyers has been recognized and recommended again in respect of its work in serious injury/abuse cases and public law children matters. Christopher Hayes and Stephanie Dew are ‘very able’ alongside the ‘very hardworking’ Family Law Team.

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The Family Law Team represented the Mother of two children removed in to Local Authority foster care after allegations of non-accidental injury.  The Portsmouth family are delighted the case has concluded and their children are coming home.  The family said "I would like to thank the Family Law Team very much for all their priceless advice, assistance and above all their hard work up to now. We can't thank them enough for all their efforts and understanding throughout this difficult situation."

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Just what could mild-mannered IT contractor Edward Snowden have in common with the notorious Great Train robber Ronnie Biggs? While their backgrounds, and most certainly their occupations, are poles apart, they have both been subject to extradition requests (one successful, in the case of Biggs, the other not, so far). Extradition is where one country requests that another returns an individual in order for them to stand trial, be sentenced for an offence for which they have already been convicted

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Extradition is a hugely complex area of the law and anyone named in an extradition request should seek expert legal advice and representation as soon as possible. Once an extradition request has been received by the relevant authorities, you are liable to be arrested, but, unlike an arrest for a criminal offence committed in this country, you will not be taken to a police station to be interviewed. Instead you will be taken directly to Westminster magistrates’ court in London for the initial

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As a nation we are not very good at talking to each other about important matters such as serious illness, end-of-life care or death. Perhaps we secretly think that by talking about something that has not yet happened, and may not happen at all (serious illness not death, that is), we may somehow cause it to appear in our lives. But having conversations about your options and preferences and making a Lasting Power of Attorney while you still have the mental capacity to make vital decisions yourself,

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