In part 1 of this blog series, I looked at what rights you have if your child divorces. We explored how complications can arise if you have provided your child with money to help them purchase their home and they are married (or later gets married) and then the marriage breaks down. As explained in
Alan Larkin writes for Solicitors Journal (January 2019 issue). It struck me, at the end of a recent strategy team day, that the word ‘honesty’ had inserted itself on flip charts and peppered our discussions, alongside the usual suspects of ‘trust’ and ‘vision’. Honesty towards clients, colleagues, legal peers in other firms and with oneself.
It is estimated that around 2,000 children are conceived with the help of a sperm donor every year in the UK (Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority). Individuals who are thinking about donating their sperm must ensure they are aware of their legal rights and responsibilities. The facts about sperm donor responsibilities In the eyes of