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Should we have no fault divorce so that unreasonable behaviour is not a factor

Do I have to blame my spouse to obtain a divorce?

This article examines the ‘unreasonable behaviour’ hurdle required to obtain a divorce, and considers the need for “no fault” …

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Is it time to make a life changing decision, are you looking for a new job, new car or to leave your marriage?

New Year, new beginning?

Now that the festive season has ended, you may be looking for a change in your life, maybe a new job, a new car or in some …

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from everyone at Hunt & Coombs

Christmas opening times 2017

We will be open on the following days over the Christmas period:

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When Divorce happens the different parties need to work together to achieve the best outcome for the whole family.

Keep the children out of it!

The Family Court’s in England & Wales are also seeing hostility as a growing issue and are now looking at ways of reducing …

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What you need to know concerning the law surrounding the consumer rights and consumer contracts regulations

Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales increase…

In the run up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, and also looking forward to Christmas, Boxing Day and January sales, it …

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Peterborough Telegraph Awards, Environmental Achievement Winners 2017

Environmental Achievement Awards Winners

Hunt & Coombs Solicitors were delighted to attend the prestigious Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017 and win the …

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Stamp duty cut for first time buyers in the November Budget 2017

Stamp duty cut for first time buyers

... announced by The Chancellor in his presentation of the Autumn Budget to Parliament

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Buying goods at unintentionally low prices, who is in the right, the vendor or the consumer?

Buying goods at unintentionally low prices

With shopping events such as Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas, Boxing Day and January sales now just around the corner, there …

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accomodation for rent, landlords & tenents must understand the rules

Residential landlords

The rules and regulations which residential landlords have to abide by have been changing over the last few years and all …

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How will the Family Courts deal with contact between a child and a parent where there is proven domestic abuse?

In light of the latest changes of the law…

In England and Wales there is a presumption that involving both parents in a child’s life will further the child’s welfare (in …

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