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by Grandparents Legal Centre in Helen Moody, Kinship Care posted 26th March 2020.

Our Helen’s top tips for Kinship Carers in Lockdown

With the country currently on lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak and the advice being that over 70’s are in […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Contentious Probate, Probate, Sarah Young, Wills posted 6th March 2020.

Defending a ‘mental capacity’ challenge to a Will; 3 things you need to know!

The Alzheimer’s Society currently estimates that 850,000 people are living with dementia in the UK; and that this figure will […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Grandchildren, Kinship Care, Nigel Priestley posted 27th February 2020.

Victory for battling Lancashire grandma!

A Lancashire grandmother has been celebrating winning a victory against Lancashire County Council. In 2018 the 65 year old grandmother, […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Family & Matrimonial posted 21st February 2020.

Are you divorced without a clean break?

When it comes to divorce proceedings one of the most important steps is to ensure that financial orders are obtained […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Probate, William Nicholson, Wills posted 12th February 2020.

Adopting a child? Is your Will up to date?

After the lengthy, rigorous and often emotional process of adopting a child is complete, the practical reality of your new […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Children, Grandchildren, Helen Moody, Kinship Care posted 23rd December 2019.

Child destined for adoption has successfully transitioned into Grandmother’s care just in time for Christmas

After having a negative assessment to care for her granddaughter, a grandmother has successfully challenged the outcome resulting in the […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Elderly Care, William Nicholson, Wills posted 9th September 2019.

What will happen to your home when you die?

If you own your own home, you want to make sure it goes to the right person or people after […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in GLC posted 13th August 2019.

An increase in child on parent violence?

Recent data appears to suggest that there has been a major increase in child on parent violence from 2015 to […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Elderly Care, Sarah Young, Wills posted 29th July 2019.

Statutory Wills; how you can have a Will written for you by a judge

The law is full of fascinating and quirky oddities. One that is little known is that a court has the […]


by Grandparents Legal Centre in Elderly Care, GLC, Sarah Young posted 18th June 2019.

Why the law on marriage needs to be changed?

A ‘predatory marriage’ is one where the vulnerability of a person is exploited by someone inducing them to marry.  The […]


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