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Family law guide for kids launched

A guide aimed at children and young people has been released to explain how recent changes to family law may affect them. The Young Person’s Guide to the Children and Families Bill was written at the request of the Government to help people get to grips with the new legislation. Faster adoption processes, changes to

Man arrested over sham West London Wedding

The UK Border Agency has arrested an Indian man just before a suspected sham marriage ceremony was about to begin in Uxbridge. Officers, who received a tip off about the marriage, arrested the 22-year-old groom-to-be moments before the service at the Civic Centre in Uxbridge at 2.30pm on Monday. He was detained by immigration officials

Road Traffic Offences

With the ever-increasing use of mobile speed cameras targeting drivers in the UK, notices of intended prosecution, summons and fixed penalties are on the rise. A disqualification will not only inconvenience you, but will have a direct impact on your livelihood, reputation, finances and responsibilities and relationships at home. At Veja and Co Solicitors, we