Achieving the Best Possible Outcomes in Legal Cases

  • Lesser-Known Rights of the Accused in Criminal Law

    10 November 2021

    Under criminal law, the presumption of innocence is perhaps one of the most fundamental rights of an accused person regardless of the type of crime. Although the right might be difficult for the public to stomach in some cases, encroachment on the fundamental right should be resisted at all costs. However, did you also know that most accused persons are unaware that a plethora of rights builds on the presumption of innocence?

  • 3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Hiring a Business Lawyer

    10 August 2021

    Setting up a business is a significant step to take in life. However, it is advisable to employ your due diligence when investing for the best returns. If you want your business to grow and expand to national and international levels, ensure that you follow all the recommended legalities. A business lawyer can help you tick all the boxes in establishing a legally compliant enterprise. Here are four reasons to hire a business lawyer.

  • Why You Need Conveyancers When Selling Property

    26 May 2021

    As a property seller, you require the services of a conveyancer when selling your property. The professional will handle the legalities of selling your home and ensure you sell the property at the highest possible price. Below is an extract discussing the reasons why you should hire a conveyancer while selling your home.  The Conveyancer Can Help Increase The Value Of Your Land Before listing the property for sale, the conveyancer will inspect it to determine whether it requires repairs and improvements.

  • What to Do When You And Your Ex-Partner Can't Agree On Your Child's Schooling

    18 March 2021

    Every parent wants the best for their child, but not all parents agree on what the best really entails. Often, after separation, ex-partners struggle to agree on the terms of their child's care, and schooling can be one of the major points of contention. If you and your former partner can't agree on the best school for your child, here's a simple, four-step guide to follow.  Step 1: Consider why your choice of school is best