New Commercial Property Department

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New Commercial Property Department We are pleased to announce the establishment of a new Commercial Property department here at Arlingsworth. After a recent rise in calls made to Arlingsworth’s expert commercial team seeking advice over both residential and property services, the announcement of our newly established Commercial Property department was a simple formality. Over the past few weeks our department have also dealt with clients who have come to us for advice involving residential property…

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Family Law Department Reviews Continuing to Excel

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Family Law Department Reviews Continuing to Excel Here at Arlingsworth, we are proud to specialise in a variety of areas, and recently our Family Law department have been successful in some very challenging and important child custody cases heard in the Family Courts, and this has also been borne out in our Family Law Department Reviews. Being voted in the top 175 solicitors in the UK, by the Sunday Times, has led to increasing demand for…

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Irene Clennell Case – Could she successfully gain ILR?

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The Irene Clennell Case Today, our immigration team at Arlingsworth have written a blog detailing the law around the controversial and recent Irene Clennell case. Despite Mrs Clennell not being awarded indefinite leave to remain, our team have dealt with many similar cases often being successful, and we hope this blog will provide some guidance for any who are interested in the case, or who are in a similar position to Irene. Facts about the…

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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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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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Important Changes to the UK Immigration Rules – November 2016

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  This month has seen the Government making various reforms to the Immigration Rules which many consider as unwelcome and controversial, some of which seems to be in breach of EU Law (most likely on purpose due to Brexit). However, if you are an immigrant it is important that you abide by these laws which you may now be affected by. We have put together a useful guide to tell you what the changes are,…

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What Are the Laws Around Fireworks?

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  As Bonfire Night is now just around the corner, Arlingsworth Solicitors have listed some of the laws and regulations around letting off fireworks. We hope this advice will help you to understand the law, but also help keep you safe too. Find out more below. Who can buy fireworks? This depends on the type of firework you’re buying. The kind that you see in supermarkets or from licensed retailers are called Category 2 or 3. These can…

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Discrimination in Brighton & Hove

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A few months ago, Arlingsworth solicitors embarked on a campaign to find out how prevalent discrimination was in Brighton & Hove. Today we’re pleased to finally reveal the results of our discrimination survey, and find out whether discrimination is a problem for our city. How you helped us We started by looking at discrimination in the workplace, and then looked at discrimination overall – how it occurs in daily life. We wanted to see the…

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Polyamorous Relationships

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In the last few years, there has been a lot of news coverage on the subject of “polyamorous” relationships, or in other words, relationships comprised of more than two people. At Arlingsworth, we are finding we are helping more and more people with questions about three or four-way relationships, and so we thought we’d share our information on polyamory and where the law comes in. Is polyamory a new idea? Polyamory is not a new…

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