Personal Legal Advice

13th February 2018
Stuart Maher Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors

Court Approval Not Needed to Withdraw Treatment

Stuart Maher, Director and Head of the Watson Ramsbottom Private Client Department examines situations where patients in an unconscious or minimally conscious state are being kept […]
7th February 2018

Placing Trust in a Family Member Proves Unwise (Again)

Peter Roberts from the Wills and Probate Department at Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors examines the benefits of appointing a solicitor as executor of your will. Even the […]
31st January 2018
WR Director & Solicitor Elton Ashworth

Tenant Charges Must Be Reasonable to be Reasonably Incurred

In this article, Director Elton Ashworth reviews a recent case in relation to which charges are considered reasonable for tenants to pay. Tenants contribution to ‘estate’ costs The leases […]
24th January 2018
WR Solicitor & Director Jonathan Leach

Landmark case for “revenge porn”

Chrissy Chambers, a celebrity “YouTuber”, has succeeded in winning a substantial sum of damages against her ex-boyfriend after he filmed and uploaded sex tapes to free […]