Getting You Moving Along The A316 – Richmond Rugby Sponsorship

2022-03-21T15:26:46+00:00May 31st, 2016|

Get Moving Along The A316 – Richmond Rugby Sponsorship Stone Rowe Brewer unveiled a new sign along the A316 this weekend as part of our ongoing sponsorship of local Champions – Richmond – the world's second-oldest rugby club. We have been proud supporters of the club for several years and look forward to another exciting [...]

Homecoming – Genuinely Helping Our Clients

2022-03-21T15:35:56+00:00May 27th, 2016|

Moving Home – Genuinely Helping Our Clients I often think it is helpful for Solicitors to have practical experience of issues on which they are providing clients with advice.  For example,  it is always helpful when Conveyancing Solicitors move house because they are reminded of the challenges and anxieties that clients face when undertaking the [...]

Finding Family Solutions in Mediation

2017-09-27T12:15:44+01:00May 20th, 2016|

Finding Family Solutions in Mediation Family Mediation is less stressful, quicker and more cost effective than a long drawn out of Court application. Mediation is confidential and puts you in control of the time frame, agenda and outcome. The Mediator helps you find solutions that work for you and your family. Mediation works because we [...]

Family Justice Council: Help Sorting Out Divorce Finances

2019-06-12T15:13:37+01:00May 20th, 2016|

Family Justice Council: Help Sorting Out Divorce Finances The Family Justice Council has launched a new financial guide to help people going through a divorce without a lawyer. The guide, which can be downloaded here, is specifically aimed at non-legal readers and its primary purpose is to provide a road map through what is often [...]

Taking Your Children Out Of School To Go On Holiday?

2022-03-21T16:16:33+00:00May 20th, 2016|

Can you Take your Child Out Of School To Go On Holiday? The media attention that surrounded the High Court case brought by Jon Platt, an Isle of Wight father, who refused to pay a fine after taking his daughter on holiday during term time, shows that the topic is one that affects a lot [...]

Sharp Intestate Rise Highlights Why Making A Will Is Essential

2017-09-27T12:04:08+01:00May 19th, 2016|

Sharp Intestate Rise Highlights Why Making A Will Is Essential The topic of a BBC Radio 5 talk show earlier today focussed on the worrying number of people who continue to die without a Will – in fact the number has doubled over the past five years. According to Citizens Advice figures, they had 1,522 queries [...]

Living With Dementia: Awareness Week

2022-03-21T15:07:26+00:00May 16th, 2016|

Living With Dementia: Dementia Awareness Week Throughout the month of May, the BBC have been broadcasting a series of programmes focusing on dementia – broadcasting inspirational stories and offering help and advice on an illness that affects 800,000 people across the UK. Angela Rippon also explores the Truth About Dementia, investigating the disease that took her mother's life and [...]

Opposition To Soft-tissue Injury Damage Recovery Changes

2022-03-21T16:13:42+00:00May 6th, 2016|

Soft-tissue Injury Damage Recovery Changes The Law Society has issued a statement that robustly opposes plans to remove the right to recover general damages for soft-tissue injuries. Speaking at the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers' annual conference, Law Society chief executive Catherine Dixon told delegates: 'The current environment for making personal injury claims is becoming more hostile. [...]

Richmond Rugby Club’s Golf Day – Stone Rowe Brewer

2022-03-21T16:09:27+00:00May 5th, 2016|

Richmond Rugby Club's Golf Day – SRB A fine day’s golf was enjoyed at Richmond Rugby Club’s annual golf day at the Royal Mid-Surrey course in Richmond – the players in the Stone Rowe Brewer sponsored event were treated to some lovely spring weather, some great golf and a delicious lunch to follow. They were [...]

95% of Separating Couples Head Straight To Court

2022-03-21T16:10:21+00:00May 4th, 2016|

95% of Separating Couples Go Straight To Court New figures obtained by National Family Mediation show that government policy aimed at promoting mediation as the preferred way of settling disputes over parenting, finance and property has failed. Since 22 April 2014 attendance at a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) has been compulsory before a separating couple [...]

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