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January 2017

Contentious Probate at Arlingsworth

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At Arlingsworth, we realise how sensitive inheritance disputes can be and know how important it is to have probate solicitors who offer a prompt and sympathetic service, during what can be a very distressing time for clients. With the absolute service we provide, you will feel reassured that our solicitors are the right ones for you. Our experts have experience and are accomplished in many areas of contentious probate. These include: Inheritance Act claims; Disputed…

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Immigration Law at Arlingsworth

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Our expert immigration solicitors here at Arlingsworth can advise you on all aspects of immigration law specific to your needs. No matter if you are an individual, local authority, business or charity, our team of experts are on hand 24/7 to deal with you while providing an absolute service. As part of our absolute service, we specialise in all aspects of immigration law including: Naturalisation, or the acquisition of citizenship; Asylum applications; Business immigration; UK…

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About Family Law at Arlingsworth

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Here at Arlingsworth, we understand many family law related matters can be difficult and we aim to provide an absolute and professional service which is supportive, understanding and tailored to your needs. With our aim to provide an absolute service which is private, professional and confidential, and our specialists having extensive expertise across all aspects of family law, you will be reassured that our solicitors are the correct ones for you. Our family law experts…

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Best Interests of the Public Favoured over Article 8 in two Recent Deportation Cases

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Arlingsworth’s immigration team have prepared a helpful and detailed note summarising the key aspects of two recent Supreme Court cases involving deportation and Article 8. The cases looked at the balancing exercise between the interest of the public in seeing a foreign criminal being deported, and the appellant’s right to respect for his private and family life. The two cases that the Supreme Court ruled upon this year include Makhlouf (Appellant) v Secretary of State…

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Southern Rail Reduces Threshold Rate for Delay Repay Scheme

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Arlingsworth’s litigation department has recently been instructed to handle various claims for compensation within the context of Southern Rail’s ongoing industrial strike action. You may be aware that a refund scheme going by the name of ‘Delay Repay 15’ has been introduced by Southern Rail, giving passengers some form of comfort in the run-up to Christmas. As a result of the scheme, claims can now be made for journeys delayed by 15 minutes if you…

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