Not everyone is ready to divorce when they separate, but still need to deal with and protect themselves in respect of the financial consequences of the breakdown of their marriage. This can be done by entering into what is a called a ‘Separation Agreement’ which is a formal document setting out the agreement reached in(…)
If you are going through divorce proceedings you almost certainly will come across the term ‘consent order’ or “statement of information for a Consent Order” at some point, but what exactly does it mean? The term ‘consent order’ can refer to any type of court order agreed by the parties, for example an order setting(…)
January sees divorce rates spike throughout the UK and as a result of this we have a special offer with fixed fee divorces starting at only £275.00 plus VAT throughout January. Once Christmas is over, children return to school and new year’s resolutions are made, but for many it is also an end to their(…)
Post-separation, there can be bitter feeling amongst the parties, where there are children involved this may lead to one parent attempting to alienate the other. While there is no single definition, the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Services (CAFCASS) recognise parental alienation as when a child’s resistance or hostility towards one parent is(…)
Christmas Time can be a very difficult time for separated parents. Unless Christmas contact has previously been arranged, either by way of agreement between both parents, or by a Court Order, then the parents will need to try and make the arrangements between themselves. We would suggest that you try and approach the subject of(…)
The long awaited decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Mrs Owen has now been announced and her Appeal has been dismissed, meaning she must for the time being remain married. Mrs Owen commenced divorce proceedings against her husband on the fact of his behavior. The husband defended successfully and, Mrs Owen’s appealed(…)
Are you divorced?? Did your financial settlement include a share of your spouse’s pension?? If it didn’t you may have missed out on a payment that you are entitled to. Don’t miss out twice, contact Martin Oliver on 01924 443900 or firstname.lastname@example.org and find out what you can do to recover what may be due(…)
They do say – New Year, New Start. Whilst most changes that people make will be relatively small, and the usual resolutions about losing weight and going to the gym, etc, for some, this is the time of year to move forward with some more significant life choices. Sometimes relationships end, and when they do it(…)
On Monday 02 May why don’t you come along to the Little Latham Farmers fun day to see their fabulous new child minding centre. There will be fun for all the family, craft stalls, bouncy castle, hook a duck, donkey rides, cup cake decorating, and crafts all to raise funds for the Kirklees Fostering Network.(…)
Why not join us at the wedding fair? We are attending in order to advertise all of our legal services but specifically prenuptial agreements and wills. It’s increasingly common for betrothed couples to enter into such agreements to give certainty and security. For more details visit – http://www.brearleysfamilylaw.co.uk/pre-nuptual-agreements/
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