In this Vlog Gemma Garrett, Solicitor at Family Law Partners, explains how to resolve financial issues during a divorce.
Generally speaking each party will be liable to pay their own legal costs incurred within court proceedings relating to arrangements for children, however there are circumstances where one party can be ordered to pay the costs of the other. What is the legal basis for a costs order? Section 51(1) of the Senior Courts Act
When the marriage of a wealthy couple broke up, the English court had the opportunity to consider the impact of two pre-nuptial agreements the couple had made before they wed. The couple, both Swedes, married in 2000 and had had two children by the time they separated in 2015. They have lived in the
There is an abundance of information and advice available on the internet for those facing divorce proceedings but, unfortunately, a lot of this is inaccurate and misleading. Online divorce forums are full of answers to questions about divorce which sound authoritative but are so often entirely wrong. Time and time again clients come in to
Family lawyers attending last week’s Resolution National Conference were among the first in the legal profession to get a hands-on experience of the new Siaro legal software. Designed by Family Law Partners’ Director Alan Larkin and Siaro technical lead Jon Sayers, the tool allows lawyers to securely capture client information on divorce and separation cases
One of the most important roles played by judges is to protect individuals against unlawful treatment by the state. In one unique example, the High Court came to the aid of a couple who found themselves caught in a legal nightmare after their twins were born following fertility treatment. Under the auspices of a
Anyone going through a divorce or separation will know that it is a daunting prospect; it is a time of uncertainty and at the forefront of your mind will be arrangements for your children and meeting your immediate housing and income needs. The impact of your separation on your pension provision may not be an