Cohabitation Agreements – Are they set in stone?

We recently discussed cohabitation agreements and their function in enabling cohabiting couples to formally outline their wishes, taking into consideration a time when they may no longer be together. One question this has raised is whether these wishes are then ‘set in stone’ or whether it is possible to alter such agreements. The simple answer: […]

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Parental Rights in Surrogacy

In 2019, the Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law commission called for a new surrogacy pathway to be considered to replace what are deemed to be antiquated laws. The process of surrogacy is recognised by the UK Government as a legitimate way of building a family. However, the laws surrounding the […]


Cohabitation – Do You Know Your Rights?

According to the Office for National Statistics, the number of couples cohabiting in the UK is growing faster than the number of couples who are choosing to marry. However, how many cohabiting couples know their legal rights and entitlements? There is a widely held misconception that when a couple lives together, they are classed as […]


What will happen to my pets when I die?

Have you ever considered what will happen to your furry friends when you eventually pass away or become incapacitated to a stage where you can no longer care for them yourself? We consider our pets to be our babies. They’re part of the family. Yet as odd as it may seem, when it comes to […]

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The Motor Insurers Bureau – Untraced? Uninsured? Uncovered?

If you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to be involved in a road traffic accident, you’ll have almost certainly followed what is considered to be standard procedure. Stop your vehicle close to the scene of the accident, assess any damage and exchange details with the driver(s) of the other vehicle(s) involved. However, we often hear stories […]


Team Feature 10/10: Jack Fitzsimons

Jack Fitzsimons was Price Slater Gawne’s first apprentice and joined the team straight from South Trafford College in 2015. He started out his career with a split admin/accounts support role and eventually moved into the accounts department full-time. He is currently studying hard for his Level 4 AAT qualification and is very much looking forward […]

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Do you work with survivors of sexual, physical or mental abuse?

Did you know that survivors of sexual, physical or mental abuse may be eligible for compensation to access the support they need for physical/psychological recovery? If during the course of your work you come into contact with people who have experienced this type of trauma, we would urge you to pass on the following information […]

10 Year Infographic

Events of the last 10 years

As we near the end of our 10-year celebratory month, it got us thinking about all the things that have happened to us in the last 10 years. Not just as a business, but on a personal level too. Here’s what we came up with …


Team Feature 9/10: Olivia Honaker

Olivia Honaker joined Price Slater Gawne solicitors in May 2014 as a trainee solicitor. Graduating from Aberystwyth University with a First Class law degree, she then went on to completed her academic qualification at the University of Law in Manchester. Olivia qualified as a solicitor in December 2015 and has remained with the firm as […]


Team Feature 8/10: Laura Zander

Laura Zander trained at a national law firm, qualifying as a solicitor in 2008, choosing to specialise in medical negligence claims. She joined the Price Slater Gawne Team way back in 2012, so she’s practically part of the furniture! Laura represents injured people and their families in claims against GPs, the NHS and private hospitals.  […]