Married couples have certain rights upon separation when it comes to property and finances. With ever-increasing numbers of couples opting to cohabit rather than marry, we take a look at the rights of cohabitees when it comes to property. For more information on how we can assist with cohabitation and separation, book a free…

  After a stressful divorce or separation, you may be more than ready to cut your ex out of your life forever. But if you have children together, chances are this might not be possible for a long time to come. We take a look at the three most difficult-to-face truths for parents following a…

  A “divorce financial settlement” refers to the division of assets and finances as part of a divorce. Although it’s possible to divorce without reaching a financial settlement, doing so means that your spouse could make a financial claim against you in the future. To prevent this from happening, you must obtain a financial order…

  As of Wednesday 6 April 2022, the ‘no-fault divorce’ came into effect in England and Wales in what has been described as the largest divorce law reform of the past 50 years. Married couples will be able to start divorce proceedings without having to apportion blame for the breakdown of their marriage. Therefore, if…

In the family court, the judges do not discriminate against fathers but very few fathers have full custody. Historically it was thought that mothers would have been better able to care for their children and family. But today many fathers apply for full custody of their child even if the process can be challenging but…

Parental alienation is typically found amid a divorce or separation and is defined as psychological manipulation by one parent to make the child or children afraid or hostile toward the other parent. Let’s take a look at the signs and how to recognise it. If you wish to know more about parental alienation book a…