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Have you planned your digital legacy?

When we lose a loved one, we often find comfort in the memories they leave behind. However, with many of these memories now stored digitally, modern families are in real danger of losing this precious shared history. Having access to them is so much more complicated than opening a photo album or picking a CD […]

Engaged? The Legal Side of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a popular day for getting engaged. For some couples it is the most romantic way possible to take their relationship further with their loved one. A  recent survey of more than 10,000 people in the UK showed that nearly a quarter of women (23%) thought Valentines was the best time to propose, […]

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Thinking of moving In together? Here are the reasons why you should consider arranging a living together agreement

It’s the new year, and a popular time for couples to start thinking about making the leap and moving in together. While your Facebook feed may be full of newly engaged couples over the festive period, cohabiting couples are actually the fastest growing family type in the UK. According to the Office for National Statistics, […]

Why Now Might Be A Good Time To Buy A Home

As the UK housing market faces uncertainty in the wake of the stamp duty tax changes in April and the referendum result to leave the EU in June, we look at why it might still be a good time to get onto the property ladder. How has the property market been affected? According to statistics […]

Winter Newsletter 2016

View the Osborne Morris & Morgan 2016 Winter newsletter here: newsletter winter 2016

Osborne Morris and Morgan are disabled access-friendly

Many firms are still Ill-equipped to meet criteria for disabled facilities set by the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) and the Special Educational Needs and Disability (NI) Order 2005 (SENDO). But at Osborne Morris and Morgan, we take the needs and equal treatment of all our clients seriously and have provided disabled access and facilities […]

What do the children really want this Christmas?

Christmas is fast approaching and there are some Christmas preparations that, unlike present buying and tree decorating, can’t be left to the last minute. For a quarter of all families whose parents live separately, arranging contact over Christmas can be a difficult time. In many of these cases, both parents want to experience the joy […]

Paul Lockhart, Is ‘Rock Solid’ as he raises over £500 for the fun and happiness charity, Kidsout

Paul Lockhart, the Practice Manager of our Leighton Buzzard branch, has successfully completed a 15km obstacle race to raise much needed funds for charity. Having never undertaken a challenge like this before, Paul had worked hard to train for the event and was delighted to complete the 15km Rock Solid Challenge. In doing so, he […]

Christmas Card Competition

We are asking children to pick up their pens and paints and get creative this winter to design our 2016 Christmas card. Every year we send out cards to our clients and contacts. But this year we want to hand over the reigns to the children to design it for us! Not only could your […]

Fun Law Facts

Here’re 12 Fun Law Facts that you probably didn’t even know existed. Especially number 12!                         Call us on 01525 378177 or contact us online for more information or visit our Leighton Buzzard or Milton Keynes Solicitor pages.

Conveyancing Questions Answered

Even with thorough planning, moving house can be one of life’s most stressful events. Recent research shows nearly two in three adults believe it to be the most stressful life event, coming above a relationship breakdown, divorce and starting a new job. Regardless of whether you’re a first time buyer or a seasoned professional mover, […]

Leave a Charitable Gift in Your Will

Who Wants To Live Forever? While it may not be possible to actually live forever, there is a way to still make a difference to the world even after you are gone. It is never easy thinking about writing a Will but, as we explained in our article ‘Top Reasons To Write A Will’, a […]

Top Reasons To Write A Will

According to a study, more than 61% of the British population do not have a Will – that’s nearly 30 million Britons. There are various reasons for this, but perhaps the most common is not getting around to doing it. We lead busy lives and Wills are often one of those things on the ‘to […]

How Long Do I Have To Make My Medical Negligence Claim?

One of the most common questions we are asked at Osborne Morris and Morgan in relation to medical negligence is “How long do I have to make my medical negligence claim? The simplest answer to this is that you have 3 years. But as we know, law is not simple. You need to understand when […]

Co-Habiting Rights: What You Need to Know About Property, Finances, Children and Inheritance.

Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, the British Summer. There are many things which we believe exist, but for which there is very little evidence! Research from 2004 showed that six in ten people wrongly believed that co-habiting couples had the same rights as their married equivalents. In 2008, 51% of respondents to the British Social […]

Summer Newsletter 2016

View the 2016 Summer newsletter here: 2016 OMM Summer 2016 

Daredevil Greys Education Students Complete Big Jump to Raise Funds for Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition

Greys Education Centre pupils Skydive to raise funds for Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition with support of Leighton Buzzard-based solicitors, Osborne Morris & Morgan Several pupils from Greys Education Centre recently took part in a sponsored tandem skydive to raise much-needed funds to buy kit for their Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition. The three pupils […]

How Do I End My Civil Partnership?

The introduction of same sex marriages in 2014 saw the number of civil partnerships formed in England and Wales fall by 70%. However, up to that point more than 60,000 civil partnerships had been formed in England and Wales since they became legal back in 2005. Civil partnerships proved to be far more popular than […]

‘Draw your Family’ Competition

We know that families are all different and here at OMM we want to celebrate this –  you can help us by entering our free competition! Simply draw us a picture of your family in the frame (see link below) and ask your parent to fill in the details underneath. The winner will not only […]

Personal Injury Trusts: Your Questions Answered

Many people assume that a personal injury claim ends when the claimant receives their compensation. However, deciding what to do with this pay-out is an important, and often daunting, decision. The money may be intended to support the recipient for the rest of their life, so arrangements need to be made to ensure it is used carefully […]

Elements of a Successful Medical Negligence Claim

Many different types of negligence can result in a compensation claim. This article will focus on Medical Negligence Claims. In cases where the medical advice or treatment given falls below an acceptable standard then a claim for medical negligence compensation could arise. What Is Medical Negligence? As explained in our article ‘7 Things You Need […]

What do I have to do to get a Divorce?

While the most recent figures from the Office for National Statistics show that divorce rates are at their lowest for 40 years, new research suggests almost 3 million people in the UK are living in a “distressed” relationship. The figures, taken from UK relationship charity Relate’s report, Relationship Distress Monitor, suggest that nearly one in five (18%) […]

OMM Gains Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) Accreditation

Buying or selling a home is often one of the largest transactions many of us will ever make.  So when you are seeking conveyancing advice from a solicitor, it is important to know that you are dealing with a professionally accredited conveyancing firm, and that they are in a position to help you fully understand […]

What are my rights as a Separated Father?

The structure of family life has dramatically changed in the UK over the last 50 years, with over 10% of all fathers (that’s over one million men) now living separately from their children. While 87% still have contact with their children, this is very different from living with them fulltime. Celebrations that used to involve […]

Coping with Father’s Day

Advice for families who are separated or divorced this Father’s Day For many families, Father’s Day is a time for spending quality time together; getting together for a Sunday dinner, with children giving their dads handmade cards and gifts. But for the one million men who do not live with their children, it can be […]


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