A new study suggests that mortgage approvals continue to rise, with the total number of loans approved in June 2017 up by 1.4 per cent year-on-year.
A mother has won a legal battle to have her child’s middle name changed after protesting that it was the same as an “infamous” public figure.
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) is to repay an estimated £89m to thousands of people who have registered a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) at some point during the current financial year.
A woman who’s been locked into a 16-year divorce with a millionaire pilot has urged senior judges to end the legal fight once and for all.
The co-founder of premium drinks brand Fever-Tree has sold a significant stake in the company for £29 million, in a move he claims “responded to demand from big investors”.
The Government’s Employment Tribunal fees are “illegal” and preventing access to justice, the Supreme Court has ruled.
New research out today suggests that almost two thirds of applications made to the family court in relation to where a child should live or spend time feature allegations of domestic abuse.
The Government has unveiled ambitious proposals to effectively ‘ban’ the sale of new-build properties under leasehold instead of freehold in England, according to reports.
The latest research from property body Savills suggests that UK commercial property investment volumes are on the rise – having hit an impressive £27.2bn in the first half (H1) of 2017.
A Family Court Judge has praised the “significant changes” made by parents during care proceedings.