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What is an easement?

Monday 5th October 2020

What is an easement?

If you own a house, a building, or land, you may have heard of an easement before. An easement is a legal right that one piece of land has over another. For example, the legal t…

Court of Protection & Deputyships

Thursday 17th September 2020

The Court of Protection & Deputyships

The Court of Protection is responsible for overseeing the management and administration of the financial affairs, property, health and welfare of individuals wh…

LOOKING OUT from Greg Dennis on Vimeo.

Tuesday 15th January 2019

Please watch Philipa’s inspiring video. Triumph over adversity.

Accidents at Work

Wednesday 19th September 2018

Workplace accidents can occur in any work environment. Somework places are potentially more dangerous than others, but they all pose arisk. Since the mid-1980s there has been a steady decline in …

Howard and Over's Plymouth office will soon be moving from Albert Road in Devonport. 

In early 2018 we will be relocating to modern premises in the Plymouth area, details to follow shortly.

Plympton St Maurice Civic Association

Friday 27th October 2017

Plympton St Maurice Civic Association

Howard and Over have for many years supported the  Plympton St Maurice Civic Association (PSMCA)

We have been asked to contact all our clients to ask them to s…

Clinical Negligence

Wednesday 27th September 2017


As a result of Howard and Over joining forces with Abbey Legal After the Event Insurers, we are now in a position to offer our clinical negligence clients a completely free …

The benefits of choosing a local lawyer

Monday 11th September 2017

The situations in life in which you need a lawyer are inevitably going to be important, consequential, and often time-sensitive. Whether you are writing your will, selling your house, going through c…

So the question this poses is “Is it time for a change to the divorce law in England and Wales to enable a no fault Divorce?”

This is a significant case that will have a real impact on the advic…

There is no such thing as a ‘common-law’ husband, wife or marriage. This term has come to be used socially and by insurance companies but has no legal meaning in England and Wales.

Regardless o…

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