Legal News

Congratulations to Mary Richardson on winning the ‘Outstanding Newcomer’ Award 2019 by the Association of Lawyers for Children

  We are delighted that one of our hardworking and talented family law solicitors Mary Richardson has been awarded the Outstanding Newcomer Award 2019 by the Association of Lawyers for Children. Mary has worked at Miles & Partners since 2014, starting her career as an outdoor clerk. She secured a training contract with us in…

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2020 Legal 500 recognises “a team that really does care about its clients”

The 2020 Legal 500 rankings for UK Solicitors have been launched, and everyone at Miles & Partners was delighted to see recognition for several of our team, including a number of our up-and-coming solicitors. The firm is ranked for three of our practice areas: Court of Protection (tier 2), family mediation (tier 2) and family…

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Mental Health Day 10 October 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 will take place on Thursday 10 October, and the theme this year is suicide prevention. The World Federation for Mental Health stated that the object of making suicide prevention the focus in 2019 is to attract the attention of governments so that the issue might be given priority in public…

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Congratulations to Katie Coles on becoming a qualified solicitor!

We are delighted to announce that one of our trainee solicitors, Katie Coles, is now a fully qualified solicitor – huge congratulations to Katie! Katie has been working toward this monumental moment for several years. She kick-started her career in law as a family law case worker and then gained experience through volunteering at The Access…

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International family lawyer Linda Pope joins Miles & Partners

We are delighted to welcome Linda Pope to our matrimonial law team, particularly as she brings a wealth of experience in acting for British families who also have assets overseas. Notably, Linda has dealt with family disputes involving assets in France, North America, South East Asia and the Caribbean.     Linda is an experienced…

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Forfeiting a lease on a commercial property

Forfeiture is a way for a landlord to bring a lease to an end, where the tenant is behind with the rent or not complying with other obligations. It is particularly useful in relation to commercial property, where landlords rely on their tenants to pay the rent and maintain the property. According to Simon Marciniak,…

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