Archive of: October, 2020

Solicitors now seen as being affordable after new rules on transparency

In a survey of people who have recently used legal services it has been discovered that solicitors are now being seen as affordable.

Cohabiting: what this means in the law

It is important to consider having a cohabitation agreement drawn up if you are not married or in a civil partnership. If things go wrong, you then have some protection in family law.

Councils to have a duty to provide support family members who are victims of domestic abuse

The new Domestic Abuse Bill has allocated £6 million for councils to prepare for their new domestic abuse duty.

Why choose a regulated Law Firm?

When you are looking for family law guidance and advice, a great deal is at stake. This can include knowing who to trust to support you when writing a will, probate issues, looking for a divorce or separation, family arbitration or family mediation or indeed when seeking a pre-nuptial agreement.

Arranging contact with children after divorce or separation

Contact is where children keep seeing or staying with their other parent regularly after their parents have separated. Every family has their individual contact routine.

Telling your children you are getting a divorce, separating or splitting up.

Back in 2014 according to a survey by Relate, 58% of separated parents stated they don’t believe in a ‘good separation.’

 
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