coronavirus

cARTridges – Meet the Artist

cARTridges – Meet the Artist

Meet our next cARTridges artist, Jayde Stevenson! Jayde comes from a multi-talented family, as her mum Bernadette is one of our resident paralegals within the Housing team. Jayde's beautiful seascape-inspired paintings are currently brightening up our reception area...

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Prospects for Care Leavers

Prospects for Care Leavers

February 18th marks Global Care Day – a celebration for the rights of children and young people with care experience.   At Cartridges Law in Exeter, many of our lawyers are used to working in and alongside the care system. We want to ensure that all young people in...

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The end of the eviction stay, what happens next?

The end of the eviction stay, what happens next?

At the start of lockdown, the Housing Secretary promised that no one would lose their home as a result of coronavirus. Unfortunately, with the Government’s moratorium on evictions ending this weekend, we face the reality that this may well be the case for thousands of...

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Dealing with wills and probate in uncertain times

Dealing with wills and probate in uncertain times

According to the Law Society the number of enquiries to solicitors regarding writing a will has increased by 30 per cent, with the majority of those coming from older and vulnerable people. At Cartridges Law we have put a number of measures into place to ensure we can...

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Domestic abuse support during the coronavirus outbreak

Domestic abuse support during the coronavirus outbreak

As I write this we’re entering Week 3 of ‘lockdown’. It’s a time of unusual pressures and increased emotions and, for many people, significant isolation. How does that play out if you are in an abusive relationship, living with and probably dependent upon your abuser?...

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