Monthly Archives: June 2018

Collaborative Law – A Good Divorce

rhw are now able to offer the “collaborative” method of resolving family law disputes.  This method is focused on the parties needs and resolving the dispute in the most amicable way possible, with the parties taking an active part in the process. What is collaborative law?  Both parties have their own solicitor but are committed […]


rhw make £2,700.00 contribution to Surrey Law Centre

rhw’s Samantha Jago presented a cheque for the sum of £2,708.96 to the Access to Justice Foundation at the end of the recent Guildford Legal Walk. The money will be used to support the Surrey Law Centre, based in Guildford. This will help ensure that the most vulnerable in society continue to have access to legal […]


rhw Listed in 8 Best Surrey Business Blogs 2018

We are delighted to announce that rhw have been listed in the the Surrey top 8 Business Blogs 2018.  We always promote blogging and social media use as invaluable tools for Law Firms to reach out to the business community and the community overall. This Award means a lot to us! Read on here for […]


It’s not Fair! (know your rights!)

At a local village fair this last weekend I witnessed something that I promised my wife I would write about as it just did not seem ‘fair’ – highly ironic in terms of the venue. A private stall owner had been approached by representatives of the local church (also stall holders but non-paying, it appeared). […]


Come on England!… when change makes all the difference….

A few weeks ago, I opened a tab in the name of “England” on the day of the Royal Wedding. The bar man was like “Wow, that’s so amazing”. Perhaps barmen are easily impressed but to be honest, yeah, actually it is amazing! My surname had not been England for a few years and I […]


The ‘Guiding Hand’ Case Warning…

The recent case of ‘the guiding hand’ demonstrates once again, the advantages of using an experienced legal adviser when getting a Will and Lasting Power(s) of Attorney put in place to avoid costly probate disputes or abuse by third parties. We not only advise it for high-net-worth individuals but for all and everyone. Basically, documents should […]