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Judge describes protracted divorce case as scandalous waste of time

Judge describes protracted divorce case as scandalous waste of time

By Lenore Rice A family court judge has described the protracted divorce case of a couple who have already spent almost £2million on solicitor fees as a "scandalous waste of court... Read more

Considerations when your start-up business starts to grow

By Neil Logan Small businesses accounted for 99.3% of all private sector businesses in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK at the start of 2017 and 99.9% were small... Read more

Stamp duty revenue has doubled over past 5 years

By Lauren Burns Stamp duty land tax paid on property purchases and transfers hit a record £9.5billion in 2017, a 16 per cent increase in the previous year, and double the... Read more

Investigation announced into safety of vaginal mesh implants

By Gary Adair Due to the vast amount of women worldwide claiming for life changing problems as a result of vaginal mesh surgery, Health Officials in England have decided to launch... Read more

Nearly 2000 NI motorists received road defect damage compensation

By Gary Adair Compensation totalling nearly £495,358.04 has been paid to 1,935 motorists in Northern Ireland who suffered damage to their vehicles as a result of potholes and other road defects... Read more

Investors attracted by NI commercial property prime yields

By Neil Logan A new report from real estate firm CBRE shows that Northern Ireland commercial property prime yields are currently the higher than Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland Prime... Read more

Report on perception of crime levels in Northern Ireland

By Gary Adair The Department of Justice has published a report entitled Perceptions of Crime: Findings from the 2016/17 Northern Ireland Crime Survey, which looks at the fear of crime in... Read more

Average house price in Northern Ireland increased by 2 per cent

By Lauren Burns The average property price in Northern Ireland at the end of 2017 was £131,989, up 2 per cent on the previous year, but behind the rest of the... Read more

Why you need to write a Will in 2018

By Lenore Rice   Research on the number of adults in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK who have not written a Will regularly suggest that somewhere between 50 and... Read more

Divorce Day and the continuing myth about Christmas separations

By Lenore Rice The first working Monday of the New Year has rather unfortunately been dubbed Divorce Day in recent years, as it is a day that divorce solicitors see an... Read more