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How can a children’s solicitor help separating parents reach agreement?

Lucy Terrell Posted by Lucy Terrell, Solicitor, Family Law

How can a children’s solicitor help separating parents reach agreement?

From parental responsibility to child arrangement orders, the terms and legal jargon used can be confusing. Here we explain in clear terms how a children’s solicitor can help.

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Excellent customer service rating clean sweep for Mowbray Woodwards

Amid reports that law firms are falling behind other industry sectors when it comes to client satisfaction levels and customer support, leading Bath law firm Mowbray Woodwards has bucked the trend with an overall ‘excellent’ rating in its latest client feedback survey.

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Excellent customer service rating clean sweep for Mowbray Woodwards

A Large Sale For Bath Business Evilcorp

Bath solicitors Mowbray Woodwards have recently acted for the owners of local animation and design studio A Large Evil Corporation on the sale of the company to US giants Funko LLC for $4 million.

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A Large Sale For Bath Business Evilcorp

Mowbray Woodwards awarded quality mark for excellence

Lexcel is the Law Society's legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and excellence in client care.

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Mowbray Woodwards awarded quality mark for excellence

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Case Studies

Criminal law for those who lack capacity

Posted by Matthew Graham, Partner & Head of Criminal Law & Mental Health

These are some examples of cases where a defendant has lacked capacity.

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What Right do the Police have to enter my Home?

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Nicholas Wragg of Mowbray Woodwards recently successfully defended Mr P at Bath Magistrates Court where he faced trial for two assaults on police constables and one of obstructing a police constable.

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Public Order Act 1986 - Acquittal

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Mr Nicholas Wragg recently represented Mr T at Bath Magistrates Court following an allegation of Abusive Behaviour under the Public Order Act 1986.

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