Co-parenting after separation

9th Aug 2019

When two parents separate, there cannot be a clean break in its truest sense. Of course, financial and other ties can be undone and each person can move on with their life to a certain extent but the bond that connects parents to their children and therefore to each other, lives on. Separated paren...

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Dealing with employees who are in conflict

26th Jul 2019

It is a situation that most employers will have to deal with at some point. Throwing together a group of people and expecting them to get on with one another is something of a tall order. There are bound to be niggles (at best) and feuds (at worst). It can put an employer who just wants a harmonious...

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When negotiations hit a brick wall

14th Jun 2019

The reality of separation and divorce is that the parties cannot usually simply walk away from each other once that decision has been made. There are things to sort out; arrangements to put in place, formalities to go through. As Family Law solicitors, we regularly see just how difficult these situa...

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Divorce: the financial misconceptions

26th Apr 2019

Divorce is about untying a couple’s connections and there is no getting away from the fact that money, property and other assets are a central focus. Each party will want to ensure that they get their fair share, and so they should but expectations are not always the reality, primarily becaus...

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Reform of the divorce process

18th Apr 2019

It’s been a momentous month for Family Law. The Government has announced that it will be bringing in legislation that will enable a couple to divorce without having to cast blame for the breakdown of their relationship. Why is this such a significant move? The divorce process that has been i...

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