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What to do when you decide to separate

What to do when you decide to separate - whether you are considering a legal separation or you have separated from your partner but are not ready to get divorced yet, we can explain the different methods of dispute resolution…

How to have a good divorce

This week is Good Divorce Week – an event put together by Resolution to highlight the ways in which is it may be possible to prevent a divorce turning acrimonious. Although perhaps seen by some as a trite cliché in…

Consent Order FAQs

If you have been to see a family lawyer, you have probably heard of a consent order , and encouraged to enter into one upon divorce.

Divorce during a recession

The last few months have proved testing to us all in many different ways.  From a relationship point of view, some couples may find they feel stronger in pulling together through uncertain times.  Others may feel that lockdown and the…

How Coronavirus will affect split families

Separated parents who share the care of their children may be understandably concerned about their child’s safety, health and well-being during the current outbreak and may be wondering how Coronavirus will affect split families. Many children of separated parents are…

Increase in divorce due to self-isolation

The current situation caused by Coronavirus is ever-evolving and a constant source of conjecture, and for some, fear. As we know, the Prime Minister recently imposed measures for us all to remain in our homes except for specified, essential workers…

Contact visits during the Covid 19 restrictions

There has been much confusion over the past couple of weeks in relation to child contact visits during the Covid-19 restrictions. The Government has confirmed that where parents do not live in the same household, children under 18 can be…

Non-Molestation Order

In this blog post we look at what a Non-Molestation Order is, when you should apply for one and also answer the most commonly asked questions about them.

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