Easements: when could an interference arise with my ability to exercise a right of way?

The recent case of Vance & Vance v Collerton & Collerton has illustrated that if it is not unreasonable to insist on the continued luxury of a widely granted right of way, an actionable interference will occur even if the person benefiting from the right is left with reasonable access.

Myth-busting – What are your Legal Rights in a Long-Term Relationship?

Between 1970 and 2015, marriage was in sharp decline. This cultural shift, as more people choose to live together, means there is confusion over the rights of individuals in long-term relationships. With the number of divorce and cohabiting cases on par here at Rotheras, this post answers questions you may have, what you can do and how to navigate a highly emotional period in your life.

11 Top Tips for Appearing at Court

To say that appearing at court can be a daunting experience is an understatement, especially if you’re attending for the first time or for a particularly serious offence.

The Importance of Updating your Will if you Remarry

When big changes happen in your life, which could include getting remarried, the last thing you are probably thinking about is updating your Will to factor in these changes. Yet it is so important to alter your existing Will or draw up a new one if circumstances change, or you could find your final wishes are not carried out and your inheritance is not passed on to specific family members.

The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Power of Attorney

The risks of signing a power of attorney have been highlighted by a retired senior judge, who says the current system is open to abuse and its lack of safeguards can have a “devastating” impact on family relationships.

Christina Yardley named as Rotheras new CEO

Rotheras is delighted to announce that Christina Yardley, previously Business Development partner at Rotheras, is the firm’s new Chief Executive Officer.

Rotheras helps secure £2.8 million in legacy gifts for Cancer Research UK

Rotheras has been recognised by Cancer Research UK after securing more than £2.8 million worth of legacies to the charity through its ‘free wills’ campaign.

Ann-Marie Bowman highly commended at Modern Law Awards 2019

A solicitor in Rotheras family law team has been highly commended for Lawyer of the Year at the Modern Law Awards 2019.

Rotheras named one of the region’s top fundraising firms for Will Aid

Rotheras has been announced as one of the top fundraising firms in Nottinghamshire for Will Aid after raising £5,355 for last year’s campaign.

Martin Foulds wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Rotheras are thrilled to announce that former conveyancing partner Martin Foulds has won the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Nottinghamshire Law Society Awards.

Balancing the roles of trainee solicitor, student and parent

Managing the workload of a trainee solicitor can be a struggle at times, but what if you’re a student and parent as well? Paige Regardsoe, Trainee Solicitor at Rotheras gives her thoughts on what it’s like to balance the roles of trainee, soon–to-be graduate and mum.

Jason Waghorne announced as new President of Nottinghamshire Law Society

Rotheras Associate, Jason Waghorne, is the new President of the Nottinghamshire Law Society for 2019-2020, the Society announced at its recent AGM.

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