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  1. Holiday Contact

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      Easter holidays are often a time for parents to spend the first signs of Spring with their children and for families to come together. However for parents who are separated or divorced school holidays can often be a difficult time. Parents must remember that the most important person is a child.  In an ideal […]

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  2. Court Fees – Did we miss the point?

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      Unashamedly, this is a civil, non-family comment on the approach of the Ministry of Justice to its court fee review. The new fee regime is now in force, hot on the heels (in the most recent statistics) of a 71% reduction in claims to the Employment Tribunal following the introduction of the fees. Of […]

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  3. MANAGER APPOINTMENT SETS THE PACE AT GORDON BROWN

    Just six months into her new promotion, Andrea Hanna has been appointed as technical manager at Newcastle and Chester le Street-based Gordon Brown Law Firm. Andrea, who has almost 12 years’ experience in conveyancing, first joined the leading North East law firm in 2008 after training in criminal defence, property and probate. Since then, Gordon […]

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  4. Spreading Some Festive Cheer Amongst Those Who Need It Most This Christmas

    Gordon Brown Law Firm is spreading festive cheer to the children of the North East this December, after collecting multiple gifts for some of the region’s vulnerable families. Staff from the firm’s Chester-le-Street and Newcastle offices will distribute presents to a number of community organisations supporting women and children in the North East. The 12 […]

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  5. Christmas Contact

      Christmas is traditionally a time for families to come together however parents who are separating or divorced Christmas can be a difficult time. Contact with the children at this of year can become a contentious issue to parents as it is emotionally charged time and both parents inevitably want to spend this special time […]

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  6. New Appointment at Gordon Brown Sets The Bar High

    NORTH East-based Gordon Brown Law Firm has expanded its team with the appointment of an experienced associate solicitor who has been named in The Legal 500 three times. 42-year-old Damian Robson, who studied Law at Durham University, works alongside the firm’s head of dispute resolution Jonathon Stokes, specialising in employment law and is training towards […]

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  7. Domestic Abuse in Later Life

      A spotlight has been on domestic abuse in the media during 2014 and rightly so. It is a growing social problem which must be tackled. Only by raising awareness of this issue and ensuring it is no longer considered a problem to be kept behind closed doors can there be significant and sustained change. […]

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  8. Family and friends – looking after children

      Mary loved being a grandma.  She loved spending time with her 5 year old grandson, taking him out for day trips, baking cakes and tucking him into bed on the odd night that he stayed over at her home. Mary considered herself a, “young, active granny” at a mere 61 years and still enjoyed […]

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  9. GORDON BROWN LAW FIRM GIVES NORTH EAST BUSINESS NEW LEASE OF LIFE

      GORDON Brown Law Firm’s Commercial and Corporate department has facilitated the acquisition of Catering Solutions (North East) Ltd, a Newcastle-based company that designs and installs commercial kitchens, and in doing so has given the business some food for thought for its new ventures. The Camperdown firm, which also supplies equipment and machinery to the […]

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Holiday Contact

karen henry 1

  Easter holidays are often a time for parents to spend the first signs of Spring with their children and for families to come together. However for parents who are separated or divorced school holidays can often be a difficult time. Parents must remember that the most important person is a child.  In an ideal […]

Read More

Court Fees – Did we miss the point?

Jonathon Stokes1

  Unashamedly, this is a civil, non-family comment on the approach of the Ministry of Justice to its court fee review. The new fee regime is now in force, hot on the heels (in the most recent statistics) of a 71% reduction in claims to the Employment Tribunal following the introduction of the fees. Of […]

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