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How to witness a will in lockdown

One of the products of the Coronavirus lockdown is in relation to the witnessing of wills. The problem It has always been the case that the person making the will (the testator) has to have two witnesses present at the…

Covid-19: Personal Injury Protocol

While Cohen Cramer solicitors are dedicated to ensuring an effective and speedy resolution of personal injury claims, we are very much aware of the impact that the current COVID-19 virus is having upon the way in which claims can be…

New Divorce Legislation

No-Fault Divorce The Government has announced that they are introducing new legislation to allow a divorce decree to be pronounced without allegations being made. The bill is intended to be progressed quickly without being bogged down in the House of…

POCA and the Insolvency Act 1986

A recent case concerning the sale of a property at a below-market price has highlighted some of the interaction between part 9 of the Insolvency Act 1986 and POCA 2002. Under sections 339, 340, 423-425 of the Insolvency Act, certain…

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