Reaching an agreement about a divorce financial settlement can be tough at the best of times. If you believe that your partner is hiding assets from you and the courts in order to avoid a fair financial settlement, it is essential that you act quickly.
Hidden assets in divorce
While there are penalties for those who attempt to hide assets in divorce, some people are still willing to take this...
Mediation is the process by which couples who decide to separate can negotiate future arrangements for children with the help of a neutral third party.
It can be very useful and effective for couples who are willing to be open to compromise but it does not work for everyone.
Book a free consultation with one of our solicitors to find out if mediation can help with your dispute.
International parental child abduction is a criminal offence according to the Child Abduction Act of 1984, which is why it is essential that parents understand what qualifies under it.
If you wish to learn more about it or are concerned that your child will be removed from the country, contact one of our solicitors to book a free consultation.
Today’s wedding laws in England and Wales date back to 1836. Last year, the Law Commission launched a consultation on proposals to bring wedding laws up to date, citing the current laws as “not fit for purpose” and “unnecessarily restrictive”.
With the Law Commission due to publish its final report containing recommendations for the Government by the end of this year, we take a look at what...
Annulments differ from a divorce in a few ways, but it might still be an option for you.
If you wish to learn more about annulments and how we can assist with yours, make sure to contact us to book a free consultation with a solicitor.
We believe that children are the priority during divorce proceedings, and we want to help you make this transition as easy on your family as possible.
If you wish to learn more about our work as divorce and family law solicitors, book a free initial consultation with us.
Parental alienation refers to growing, unjustifiable hostility from a child towards a parent as a result of manipulation by the other parent.
If you believe you are experiencing parental alienation and wish to understand your options, arrange a free consultation with one of our family law solicitors.
Uncontested Divorces are those which are not defended by the Respondent, meaning that they are less likely to go to court.
If you wish to understand more about divorce proceedings and the different steps you will need to take, make sure to book a free consultation with one of our solicitors, who will be able to help you.
Being a single parent can be stressful, particularly when it comes to managing the family finances. When a child has a disability, the additional worry of what will happen to child maintenance payments when that child legally becomes an adult can result in many sleepless nights.
The purpose of the Child Maintenance Service
Both parents have a legal responsibility to financially provide for...
Getting into the back-to-school routine can be difficult for any parent but for those who are divorced or separated, it can present its very own unique set of challenges. In this article, we will reveal our top tips for separated parents to help reduce stress levels and ease children back into the term-time routine.
Ease your family into term-time routines in advance
No one likes changes to...