The court takes the view that in most cases the best people to work out children arrangements upon relationship breakdown are their parents.
No fault divorce is finally on its way for those planning to divorce in England and Wales. Learn about how it will work.
Here we address what can be done to avoid problems when cohabiting parties separate. Note that there have not been any recent major changes of the law in this area. Cohabitees continue to have limited [...]
Where there is a real risk that an asset of value is going to be disposed of or in some other way removed beyond the reach of one spouse, then an application can be made [...]
The courts are likely to give considerable weight to the terms of a nuptial agreement, and the weight applied can be influenced by following a few important steps. Nuptial agreements can offer considerable protection, when [...]
Disregard entirely the law relating to marital breakdown when it comes to cohabitation. The following are the principle misconceptions many people hold and need to be corrected …
Family Wealth Protection: how to protect wealth passed to adult children in the event of future relationship breakdown.
The initial consultation with our divorce lawyer will cover a. options for resolving your claims, b. financial disclosure, c. potential outcomes, d. arrangements for children.
Collaborative divorce is a process where you and your former partner commit to settling matters without going to court. This is a short guide to how it is intended to unfold.
A guide charting the steps in achieving a financial settlement on divorce.