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The Importance of Obtaining a Financial Order When Divorcing

Posted on 19th May 2022 in Family Law

The no new fault divorce has now come into effect in England and Wales as of 6th April 2022 and it allows for both sole and joint applications by parties, however applying for a divorce does not mean that the financial aspect of the marriage have been dealt with.

Posted by

Sophie Charlton-Rigg

Paralegal

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No Fault Divorce sees surge in applications

Posted on 27th April 2022 in Family Law

When the clock finally chimed for the introduction of no-fault divorce, courts saw a surge in petitions from couples looking to separate amicably and avoid the blame game.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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What is parental alienation?

Posted on 25th April 2022 in Family Law

Parental alienation is a term that is difficult to define but it is considered to involve extreme negativity by one parent with the aim of interfering in a child’s relationship with their other parent by creating hostility to contact.

Posted by

Bea Taylor

Solicitor

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Child Arrangements and Child Maintenance after Separation

Posted on 20th April 2022 in Family Law

It is important to ensure arrangements for the children of the family are put in place swiftly to help minimise the disruption to their lives. As parents you will need to think carefully about the arrangements for each of you to spend time with your children and this article explores the options available to help you move forward.

Posted by

Bea Taylor

Solicitor

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Guide to No Fault Divorce

Posted on 05th April 2022 in Family Law

No fault divorce is now in effect in England and Wales as of 6th April 2022. Here we look at what no fault divorce is, what it means for you, and what the implications of the UK divorce law reforms are.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Associate and Chartered Legal Executive

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No Fault Divorce comes into force

Posted on 05th April 2022 in Family Law

As of 6th April 2022 it will no longer be necessary for couples to prove wrongdoing in their marriage to file for divorce.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Associate and Chartered Legal Executive

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A legal guide to life after divorce

Posted on 05th April 2022 in Family Law

If you have recently divorced, you may be wondering what happens next. Going through the divorce process can be challenging, and even after you have come to an agreement, there may still be legal matters left unresolved.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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DIY divorce

Posted on 17th March 2022 in Family Law

As we move into the new era of “no fault divorce” more people will consider applying on-line themselves.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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Top tips for separating parents

Posted on 16th February 2022 in Family Law

If you’re thinking about separating, it’s a good idea to plan ahead and seek legal advice as early as possible so you know what your options are. Sorting finances, living arrangements, children and other things can feel overwhelming, but a good solicitor will be able to give you practical advice so that you can take it one step at a time.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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New procedure for financial applications

Posted on 16th February 2022 in Family Law

January 2022 heralded changes to the way that we undertake Financial Remedy Proceedings.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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What is the No Fault Divorce process?

Posted on 16th February 2022 in Family Law

No-Fault Divorce is due to come into effect in England and Wales on 6th April 2022. To apply for a divorce you must have been married for at least one year and the relationship has permanently broken down.

Posted by

Bea Taylor

Solicitor

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Thinking of taking your child on holiday abroad? Here are our top tips to consider.

Posted on 11th February 2022 in Family Law

In this article we consider the top tips to facilitate amicable child arrangements.

Posted by

Bea Taylor

Solicitor