There is an absolute requirement if finances are to be dealt with as part of a divorce that each person must provide full and frank financial disclosure. This means that information about all assets in your sole name or jointly with anyone else must be shown. This requirement of full and frank disclosure is required
Access to justice for all is a fundamental principle of the legal system in England and Wales. An essential part of this, in my opinion, is the need for our clients to be able to access a court or tribunal within a reasonable distance of their home. The sad reality is that many families in
Financial problems are frequently connected with marital problems, and the interplay between family law and insolvency law can produce legal complications. In a recent instance, the court had to decide what to do about a claim from the receiver in bankruptcy of a man who had died. The bankrupt man and his wife
The new year always sees a flurry of prediction pieces, however now the dust has settled on January and as we know a bit more about the likely impact of Brexit and the shape of a few key cases, we can take a more informed view of how 2017 might shape up for family lawyers.
In this Vlog we explain what Child Arbitration is and the advantages of using this as an alternative to court proceedings.
Family Law Partners has announced the arrival of family law solicitor Lauren Waterton to its growing specialist team. A Resolution-trained Collaborative Lawyer, Lauren joins Family Law Partners from a West Sussex practice. Lauren specialises in matters including separation, divorce, matrimonial finances, nuptial agreements, cohabitee disputes and disputes around arrangements for children. In addition to being a