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Supreme Court overturns decision to increase divorce monthly payments after 16yrs

Supreme Court overturns decision to increase divorce monthly payments after 16yrs

By Lenore Rice The Supreme Court has overturned a Court of Appeal decision to increase the monthly maintenance payments that were set when a couple divorced 16 years previously. following an... Read more

The 3 most popular misconceptions about the house buying process

By Lauren Burns Over our many years of doing residential property conveyancing in Northern Ireland we have found that clients regularly have the same misconceptions about the house buying process in... Read more

Northern Ireland property sales and prices expected to increase

By Lauren Burns Northern Ireland surveyors expect property sale transaction levels and property prices to increase in the coming months, according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and... Read more

Mesh implant surgery curb extended to Northern Ireland

By Gary Adair It has been confirmed that the recently announced pause on the use of surgical mesh for urinary incontinence in England is to be extended to Northern Ireland. Dr Michael... Read more

Optician admits negligence in examination of boy who became blind

By Gary Adair A high street optician has admitted negligence after carrying out two eye examinations on a two year old child and failing to detect optic atrophy. The boy's mother had... Read more

Northern Ireland employers fined for underpaying employees

By Gary Adair There were 11 employers from Northern Ireland on a list published by the HMRC of employers who had failed to pay the National Living and Minimum Wage to... Read more

Grieving parents highlight need for improved child health care in NI

The parents of a two-year-old girl who died following liver tumour surgery at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children have spoken of their hope that their medical negligence claim... Read more

Property owners affected by Japanese knotweed win damages

By Lauren Burns The Court of Appeal has found in favour of owners of two properties in South Wales affected by Japanese knotweed, in a decision that was awaited with much... Read more

Northern Ireland average property price rises to £136,211

By Lauren Burns There was a 2.1 per cent annual increase in property prices in Northern Ireland in the second quarter of this year, with the average house price rising to... Read more

Supreme Court ruling on civil partnerships for heterosexual couples

By Lenore Rice The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the Civil Partnership Act 2004, which is only applicable to same-sex couples, is not compatible with the European Convention on Human... Read more