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Professional Negligence Claims arising from...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 7th Jun 2021
Do you think your divorce was conducted correctly? Divorce is never a pleasant experience, so when it goes wrong the effects can be devastating. As with most legal disputes, an element of compromise on both sides is needed in order to reach a settlement. This means that people rarely walk away from a divorce feeling 100% satisfied. However, while that sense of dissatisfaction is in most cases an unavoidable consequence of the divorce process, occasionally the outcome is made worse by the actions of a solicitor or barrister. In such difficult circumstances,...

Getting an international divorce

Posted in Family & Divorce on 15th Apr 2021
As long as some eligibility criteria are satisfied, it is possible for an international couple to obtain a divorce here, and there are many benefits to getting an international divorce in the UK. In this article we will go through what the eligibility criteria are and what factors can impact the settlement parties can obtain in an international divorce of this nature. One of the most complex aspects of this process is understanding and applying the differences in laws, procedures and requirements regarding all aspects of family law, which is why...

Covid-19, lockdown and child arrangements

Posted in Family & Divorce on 14th Jan 2021
For many parents, the current Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the unthinkable: situations where parents cannot see or talk to their own children. We receive hundreds of enquiries from parents who want to know what to do and what their legal rights are during this lockdown period. We will answer your frequently asked questions below. Can I see my children during the lockdown period? The Government has issued guidance which states that you can see your children during the lockdown period. There is an exception to the ‘stay at home’ rules, which...
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