Search button

Need Advice? Call us now on:

0845 050 1958

or

Request a Call Back

Blog

Corporate Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Directors and Shareholders – What’s the Difference?

Every company must have at least one director and at least one shareholder. It’s not uncommon for the company’s directors and shareholde...

Read More
Alex Singer Solicitor
Abuse Farleys Solicitors LLP

Retired Primary School Teacher Admits Sexually Abusing 24 Pupils

Gordon Fleming, a retired primary school teacher has admitted sexually abusing 24 pupils aged under 13 in the 1970s & 80s. Fleming, 66,...

Read More
Paul Corrigan Partner
Football Abuse

Former Newcastle United Coach Charged With Sex Abuse Offences

Former Newcastle United youth coach George Ormond has today been charged with 29 sex offences. Ormond, 61 is alleged to have committed th...

Read More
Paul Corrigan Partner
Child Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Section 20 Agreement – Take Legal Advice Before You Sign It!

What is a Section 20 agreement? Under Section 20 of the Children Act 1989 every local authority must provide accommodation to any child in ...

Read More
Laura Hastewell Family Executive
Abuse Claims Farleys Solicitors LLP

Retired Methodist Minister found guilty of sexually abusing boys under ‘hypnosis’.

John Price, 82, from North Yorkshire, has been convicted of indecently assaulting boys at York Methodist Church and whilst he served as a mi...

Read More
Paul Corrigan Partner
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Highest Divorce Award – The Special Contribution Argument Rumbles On

As you may have seen, a British wife was recently awarded what was thought to be the largest sum of marital assets following her divorce fro...

Read More
Nicola Rushton Chartered Legal Executive
Family law

Is This the Biggest Award on Divorce?

A former London oil and gas trader, who built up a fortune in the Russian energy business, has today been ordered to pay his former wife £4...

Read More
Antonia Love Partner

Get in touch

Request a Call Back

Call us now on:

0845 050 1958