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Consent orders: What you need to know (video)
A consent order is a financial document that you get at the end of your divorce, which sets out the financial deal that you have reached. Amy Fallows gives an…
Published Friday 7th December 2018
Legal separation: Making it ‘official’
Solicitor Zoe Tremeer-Holme explains legal separation, as an alternative to divorce, and looks at some of the issues to discuss with your lawyer.
Published Friday 4th May 2018
Cohabitation: The separation of truth and fiction
Family Law Solicitor, Zoë Tremeer-Holme, looks at the main problem areas of cohabitation and what unmarried couples should do to protect themselves in the event of a separation.
Published Friday 15th September 2017
Is this the end of the extra marital affair?
Solicitor Amy Fallows speculates whether changing attitudes could mean the end of the extra marital affair.
Published Thursday 24th August 2017
Gotcha! Adultery and modern-day divorce
In her first blog, Family Law Solicitor Zoë Tremeer-Holme explores the use of adultery as a ground for divorce.
Published Friday 4th August 2017
Mediation – We can work it out!
Solicitor Amy Fallows explains mediation and the benefits of using the approach during separation.
Published Thursday 22nd June 2017
CAFCASS: Who they are and what to expect
Amy Fallows explains CAFCASS' role in divorce, separation and disagreements about child arrangements.
Published Friday 19th May 2017
“Well you’re not the real dad anyway!”
Family Law Solicitor, Amy Fallows, explains the golden rules for addressing paternity in the Family Court.
Published Wednesday 30th November 2016
Relate – the relationship people
Family Law Solicitor Amy Fallows explains the benefits of using counselling services such as Relate during a breaking relationship.
Published Wednesday 23rd November 2016
Are Protective Injunctions still useful?
Jacqueline Haslam explores whether Protective Injunctions are still effective compared to newly improved Criminal Court protections.
Published Monday 24th October 2016
The Hague Convention – Parents inadvertently guilty of child abduction
In family law, the ‘Hague Convention’ is the general term used to refer to the laws about child abduction in the UK.
Published Monday 10th October 2016