Help for Victims of Domestic Violence During Lockdown
With the UK under lockdown, many of us are left worried about job security, paying our bills and even whether […]
What is the most relied upon basis for a divorce?
Our Family Law Trainee Solicitor, Shad Mpande explains… Contrary to popular belief, there is actually only one ground for divorce […]
Guardianship Provisions for Children
Have you ever given thought as to who you would wish to look after your children if anything was to […]
Victims urged to use app to record domestic abuse during heated summer holidays. Thousands arrested but charging offenders is ‘exceptionally difficult’.
– Victims urged to use app to record domestic abuse during heated summer holidays – Thousands arrested but charging offenders […]
Summer Madness in the Family Court
The courts have reported a number of unusual cases that have been dealt with this summer. A couple appeared before […]
Alternatives to Litigation in Matrimonial Financial Disputes
Many separations can be acrimonious, leading to one or both parties feeling as though litigation is the only way to […]
Divorce Centre Delays
Once upon a time a client would ask how long will it take for my divorce to be finalised and […]
Spousal maintenance – where are we now?
It’s been a while since I wrote a blog. Family law continues at a fast pace, and the times, they […]
Spousal maintenance: “Sea change” in the law?
It has been reported that there are now fewer cases where wives on divorce are receiving life-long spousal maintenance orders […]
No financial deal made in 2 out of 3 divorces: Amicable couples leave themselves open to future claims against salary, pensions and property
2 in 3 divorces are completed without a binding agreement about finances and assets – leaving thousands of couples open […]