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    • HannahB915
      CommentAuthorHannahB915
      Getting married in 9 months
      Posted: Jul 16th 2020
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    Hi
    Hoping to get married this year on the 10th October and my in laws are worried about the guide lines in keeping a distance from non-households which includes their son (my fiancée) so feel that they won’t be able to hug or kiss us.
    We both live with my family so there are no issues. Do we cancel or keep our fingers crossed that the guide lines are relaxed
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    • ZaraS_S
      CommentAuthorZaraS_S
      Getting married in 3 weeks
      Posted: Mar 27th 2021
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    Hi,

    I'm really sorry to hear about your situation. I had to cancel my wedding due to Covid, and also my contract stated non refundable deposit. My venue kept pestering me constantly to reschedule my wedding date, but I just wanted my money back. I used this law firm and they recovered my full deposit back from my wedding venue, and they didn't charge me any legal fees either.

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    I hope this helps you or anyone else in a similar situation that I was in. All the best and stay safe x
 
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