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If your fiancé(e) or unexpectedly breaks off the engagement, who gets to keep the engagement ring?
Anthony Di Palma, solicitor at DAS Law, looks at the photographic minefield of the school nativity play.
Strict school uniform rules have angered parents who believe their children should be allowed some flexibility when it comes to uniforms. But where does the law stand and what can parents do if they disagree with school rules?
What can you do if a plan to send your child to a summer holiday club goes awry due to sickness or cancellation? DAS Law investigates.
The summer holidays are fast approaching and the allure of cheaper holidays during term time is rising. However, schools are taking a much harder line when it comes to issuing fines to parents who take children out of school early.
What can people do if they feel that have not received the services they have paid for? Can they ask for their money back if they asked for a prince and all they got were frogs?
On Thursday 4 October 2018 the government will close the childcare voucher scheme to new entrants; here’s what you need to know.
What happens if your wedding plans end in disappointment because of problems with your dress, your hair or the food?
The recent news that a family were hit with a £100,000 bill after their toddler damaged a work of art will send shivers down the spine of families across the country who are planning their days out over the summer.
What happens if things go wrong and someone is injured at a party? Are parents and guardians legally responsible for making sure the venue is safe?
What does the law say when it comes to parents taking on the challenge of home schooling their children?
In legal terms to establish a case of educational negligence, the claimant must be able to prove three conditions.