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Who gets the Pets in a Divorce?

Who gets the Pets in a Divorce?

Getting a divorce or facing separation, even if somewhat amicable, can involve many aspects that place a lot of emotional strain on all parties involved. Some of the most painful decisions include those relating to children if a couple has them. Still, the question of...

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Collective Enfranchisement FAQs

Collective Enfranchisement FAQs

If you are a tenant (leaseholder) in a residential flat, you may have heard of collective enfranchisement. In this article, we take a brief look at some of the most frequently asked questions regarding this area of law.   What is Collective Enfranchisement?  The...

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Getting Divorced after April 2022

Getting Divorced after April 2022

Will April see a rise in divorce enquiries?  There has been a longstanding trend to name the first Monday in January ‘Divorce Day’ derived from the typical spike in enquiries family lawyers receive regarding divorce. However, with the long-awaited ‘no-fault divorce’...

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Preparation and Advice on Relocation Cases

Preparation and Advice on Relocation Cases

Children inevitably are affected by the breakdown of the relationship. Internal (move within the UK) and external (move outside the jurisdiction) relocation applications are for most parents the most emotive applications they make during their separation.   The court...

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Breakfast at Rose & Rose

Breakfast at Rose & Rose

Going through divorce and separation can be a daunting experience for many. Our team of expert family lawyers is here to help you with advice and guidance in a variety of matters relating to the breakdown of the relationship, agreements about the finances and...

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Divorce Day – Monday 10th January

Divorce Day – Monday 10th January

Traditionally, the first working Monday of the New Year if often referred to as the ‘Divorce Day’, the day that most couples file for separation. Family Solicitors usually see a higher volume of enquiries as most couples decide to address the relationship issues after...

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Prohibited Steps Orders

Prohibited Steps Orders

If you are separated, divorced, or going through a separation or civil partnership dissolution, and you find yourself in a dispute with your former partner regarding arrangements for your children, then you may need to seek the assistance of the family court. In the...

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What is Stonewalling?

What is Stonewalling?

What is stonewalling? Stonewalling refers to the refusal of communicating or cooperating with another person. This can be common within conflicts, and in this instance, divorce and separation cases. This can be frustrating for the individual on the receiving end as...

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Can an Employer change your place of work?

Can an Employer change your place of work?

Unless it is deemed ‘unreasonable’, an employer is entitled to enforce a mobility clause if it is within a contract of employment. A mobility clause allows an employer in England and Wales to move an employee to a different workplace if required within certain limits,...

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Digtal Divorce Process FAQs

Digtal Divorce Process FAQs

For the first time since 2016, the Ministry of Justice following the Implementation of the Court Fees (Miscellaneous Amendment) Order has decided to increase the Court fees in Divorce and Children proceedings. From the 30th of September 2021 the court fees will be as...

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Simplification of Inheritance Tax Reporting

Simplification of Inheritance Tax Reporting

On ‘Tax Day’ earlier this year (March 23), the government pledged to reduce the reporting requirements for inheritance tax declarations. The regulation change, which follows a review by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS), will mean that from January 2022, there...

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The New Domestic Abuse Act 2021 – What has changed?

The New Domestic Abuse Act 2021 – What has changed?

The Domestic Abuse Act 2021 has introduced several significant changes which are designed to provide greater protection to those who experience domestic abuse and set to change the response to domestic abuse by helping to prevent offending, protect victims and ensure...

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Matrimonial Financial Settlements

Matrimonial Financial Settlements

Matrimonial Financial Settlements – Frequently Asked Questions Divorcing couples may face stressful decisions when it comes to the division of their financial assets and making financial provisions for any children of the family. It will be in the best interest of all...

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Immigration Reforms: What Changes Have Been Made?

Immigration Reforms: What Changes Have Been Made?

The home office has been trailing a set of new reforms regarding Immigration and asylum in the UK. Priti Patel has put these reforms in place in an attempt to crackdown on the number of refuge cases in the UK. Ms Patel is set to assess immigration and asylum status...

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The Benefits of Having a Contract of Employment

The Benefits of Having a Contract of Employment

An employment contract is a binding written agreement between an employer and an employee. The contract governs agreed terms between the employer and employee. The agreement provides grounds for termination. The agreement may also provide for a severance package in...

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Mediation Voucher Scheme

Mediation Voucher Scheme

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is investing £1m in a family mediation voucher scheme to support families who could benefit from help through family mediation and to offset the impact of Covid-19 in the family courts. This new scheme will contribute £500 per case/family...

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Single Parents Awareness Day

Single Parents Awareness Day

This year has been tumultuous for many families, and now more than ever we have felt the weight of the current global pandemic on our shoulders, however, no group of people are more deserving of recognition than the parents that are solo parenting, working from home...

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