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Samuel Phillips Law Blog

Month: May 2023

Family Law

Why Not to Post Your Children Online

In 2022 it was found that 4.62 billion people use social media. Here we break down some of the dangers of posting images of children online.

Wills, Probate & Trust

Myth Busting Mondays

Check out the first in a new series of weekly vlogs by Peter Durham from Samuel Phillips Law's Wills, Probate and Trusts Team.

Family Law

Access to children and anxiety

As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, Family Law Solicitor Jonathan Fuller offers guidance to father’s seeking to gain access to their children following relationship breakdown.

Wills, Probate & Trust

Bereavement and anxiety

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Felicity Nelson from our Wills, Probate and Trusts team explores the effect of bereavement on anxiety.

Family Law

Divorce and Anxiety

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Sarah Ward from our Family law team explores the effect of divorce on anxiety.

Samuel Phillips Law

Mental Health Awareness Week

Samuel Phillips Law are proud to take part in Mental Health Awareness Week which starts today.

Wills, Probate & Trust

Is your Will Registered?

If you make your Will with Samuel Phillips Law, we will register your Will with The National Will Register free of charge.

Residential Property

The Return of the 100 % Mortgage

Skipton Building Society has announced the launch of its new mortgage product that will allow homebuyers to borrow 100 % of a property value to get onto the property ladder.

Family Law

Love bombing now recognised as a form of domestic abuse by the CPS

The CPS have recently updated their guidance relating to stalking, harassment and controlling and coercive behaviour to officially include love-bombing. 

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