We have all heard a horror story about a friend or a friend-of-a-friend who went through a difficult divorce. Even when both parties agree to the divorce, the process can still be difficult, particularly when it comes to agreeing how the finances will be split. What happens when one party refuses to divorce the other?…

Divorce is an emotionally difficult time for both you and your family. It is vital that you seek legal advice from experienced divorce lawyers as soon as possible so that you are fully informed of your options and what your rights will be going forward. If you wish to learn more or you need our…

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…

Are current wedding laws outdated?

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…

What is an annulment?

  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.

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…