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Aimee Aspinall

Posted 1 June 2018
by Aimee Aspinall .

An Overview: No Fault Divorce

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The only way to legally dissolve a marriage is by way of divorce proceedings. At the moment, there is only one ground for divorce being that the marriage has broken down irretrievably which is then proved by reliance upon one…

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Chloe Harvey

Posted 29 May 2018
by Chloe Harvey .

What Constitutes Domestic Violence?

A girl in the back of a car with her hand over her face

Domestic violence can take many forms and is not limited to only physical acts of violence. Domestic violence/abuse includes emotional, psychological, financial and other controlling behaviours. There are steps that victims of domestic violence can take to protect themselves, one…

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Mark Williams

Posted 8 May 2018
by Mark Williams .

Grandparents Rights

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There have been fresh calls for changes to the law where the rights of grandparents to see their grandchildren are concerned, the BBC has reported. At the moment, grandparents do not have an automatic right to see their grandchildren after…

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Aimee Aspinall

Posted 12 April 2018
by Aimee Aspinall .

Confidentiality in Family Proceedings

Couple signing a prenup agreement.

The general rule in private family proceedings is that they are confidential and therefore the details are not widely available. Often when a higher court judgment is published, the parties’ names are anonymised and this applies to all private family…

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Aimee Aspinall

Posted 16 March 2018
by Aimee Aspinall .

Setting Aside Financial Orders

A Tozers client mulling over a financial order

There are very limited circumstances in which a financial order can be set aside. The power to set aside an order only exists where no error of the court is alleged. In those cases where an error of the court…

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