27 November 2017

Cohabitation Awareness

Author : Lora Grogan

Be aware – there is no such thing as common law husband and wife!...Read More >

02 November 2017

Don't Ignore Pensions on Divorce

Author : Lora Grogan

People who are getting divorced overlook pensions at their peril
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19 October 2017

Putting Children First: Should their views be heard in Court?

Author : Melanie den Brinker

The reaction from most people to “Should children be heard in English family court cases?”, would probably be surprise that the question even needs to be asked!...Read More >

05 October 2017

“Dr Foster” - How NOT to separate!

Author : Melanie den Brinker

I suspect that couples going through a separation may be reeling from last night’s conclusion of "Dr. Foster" and fearing for their children's future wellbeing....Read More >

01 August 2017

Summer holidays – the last straw?

Author : Melanie den Brinker

​Holidays can put pressure on even the most stable relationship, but if a relationship is already under strain, sadly they can sometimes be the last straw....Read More >

20 April 2017

Finances on divorce - Is “special contribution” a justified argument or an outmoded concept?

Author : Lora Grogan

The breakdown of Ryan Giggs’ marriage has been widely publicised, for a number of reasons, but most recently because he apparently intends to claim “special contribution”. Whilst most people would readily accept that he has made a special contribution to football, can the same be argued for his marriage?...Read More >

04 April 2017

​Don’t get blindsided if your relationship breaks down

Author : Lora Grogan

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has just released figures showing that, for the first time, the number of unmarried couples with children breaking up has exceeded married couples with children....Read More >

20 February 2017

“Cheap” legal solutions can prove costly

Author : Lora Grogan

The BBC has recently reported the case of a mother who, feeling that she was unable to afford solicitors, lost thousands of pounds to an organisation promising to help with her court case....Read More >

15 February 2017

Judge’s controversial decision to keep wife locked into marriage

Author : Lora Grogan

A Judge has recently decided to refuse a wife’s petition for divorce on the basis that her allegations regarding her husband’s unreasonable behaviour were “minor altercations of a kind to be expected in a marriage”. ...Read More >

10 February 2017

Spousal maintenance – a right or a need?

Author : Lora Grogan

Spousal maintenance is inevitably a controversial topic as the simple truth is that there will always be some who believe that they are entitled to it and others who believe equally strongly that they shouldn’t have to pay it....Read More >

07 February 2017

Amicable Divorce App

Author : Lora Grogan

Only 30 years ago, virtually no one owned a mobile phone and yet now a mobile app promises to help you to divorce and save thousands of pounds in legal fees. But will this app really change the way the world divorces, or is it too good to be true?...Read More >

01 February 2017

Transgender father denied the right to see his children

Author : Melanie den Brinker

The case of a transgender father who has been prevented from having a direct relationship with his children due to the risk of them being ostracised by their mother’s orthodox Jewish community, raises some interesting and disturbing issues. ...Read More >

01 February 2017

First baby showers and now divorce parties are coming to the UK!

Author : Melanie den Brinker

Although many people may see divorce as an opportunity for a fresh start, few have seen it as a cause for celebration....Read More >

28 November 2016

Is there such a thing as a 'good divorce'?

Author : Melanie den Brinker

Today marks the first day of ‘Good Divorce Week’ a campaign by Resolution (the national organisation of family lawyers that aims at providing a constructive resolution to family disputes) to promote ‘no fault divorce’ and improve rights for cohabiting couples. On Wednesday 30th November, over 150 members of Resolution will travel to Westminster to lobby for these two important changes to family law. The campaign also coincides with the launch of their new Code of Practice....Read More >

14 September 2016

Arrangements for Children Following Separation

Author : Margaret Evans

Parents are often confused about the effects of a divorce or separation on their responsibilities for their children. ...Read More >

13 June 2016

Family Law, the Next Steps ...

Author : Julie Taylor

I am going through a divorce and the finances are now going through the court process as we were unable to agree, what happens?...Read More >

08 June 2016

Family Law, the Next Steps - What to do When it's Time to Divorce

Author : Julie Taylor

Family Law, the next steps......Read More >

08 June 2016

Family Law, the Next Steps...Mediation, Collaborative Law and the Court Process

Author : Julie Taylor

Family Law, the next steps...Mediation, collaborative law and going to court - how to choose what is right for you....Read More >

15 March 2016

Family Law and Arrangements for Children

Author : Julie Taylor

Family Law and Arrangments for Children...Read More >

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