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With pet ownership on a particular rise in recent years because of the pandemic, and with is has been the rise of litigation following a divorce due to pet-related confrontation. To avoid these kinds of litigation, you might want to consider setting up a pet prenup at the time or marriage.

A pet prenup, however, doesn’t have to just ensure ownership for one party. You can also create a shared care arrangement for your pet following separation if one party is not willing to separate with the pet completely. Now, there’s no need for the daunting questioning of who gets the dog in a divorce – you can plan it all out long before the matter.


For the first time in over 106 years, members of the Royal Collage of Nursing (RCN) voted to take strike action on Thursday 15th December and Tuesday 20th December.

Over 177 NHS trusts will be affected including primary hospitals across the whole of the UK, including the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.

The strikes are expected to last for 12 hours on both days and there could be further action in May next year.

The RCN are adamant that patient safety is ‘paramount’ and that there will be defined areas of care that will remain exempt to prevent causing death or permanent disability including emergency services.

It is anticipated that outpatient appointments and non-urgent operations will be postponed and general nursing care in the hospitals on both these dates will be like that experienced on a weekend.


In the winter, personal injury claims increase drastically, with road traffic accidents, for example, increasing by 20%. Any solicitor will tell you that injury claims in winter skyrocket, and it’s no surprise.

Depending on the circumstances of your injury, you could be entitled to make a claim. Below, we outline some of the most common winter injuries, how you can minimise your own risk of injury, and how the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is implementing protection plans.


With effect from 15th February 2015 EU Regulations on Consumer Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) allow consumers who bought our services online to submit their complaint via an online complaint portal.

We are required under the regulations to provide our clients the following information:-
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  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes