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    Family

    Can my husband sell our former matrimonial…

    Q. My husband and I have been married for 23 years and have two grown up children together. We separated in 2014 and my husband has now moved to Bahrain…

    15/05/15

    Can my former wife move abroad and…

    My former wife and I divorced in 2013. We have two children together, aged eight and six. My former spouse has now told me that she plans to move to…

    27/04/15

    What are the court proceedings for child…

    Q. My former partner and I separated four months ago and since then we have not been able to agree on child access arrangements for me to see my son,…

    02/03/15

    Can I prevent my former wife from…

    Q. My former wife and I divorced in 2009. We have an eight year-old daughter who lives with my former wife but spends time with me every weekend. My former…

    06/01/15

    Family law changes mean civil partnerships can…

    While same sex couples have been able to marry since March 2014, recent changes in family law mean that couples already in a civil partnership are now able to convert…

    22/12/14

    How are child arrangements made when a…

    Q.I'm separating from my husband and we have two children together who are aged eight and five. What orders can the court make in relation to our children? A. The…

    06/08/14

    Will I suffer financially in a divorce…

    Q. My husband owns a successful business. Our marriage has been unhappy for several years but I’m really worried about separating because I don’t know how I would cope financially…

    27/06/14

    How do the recent family law changes…

    The Children and Families Act 2014 came into force on 22nd April 2014. The new legislation makes important changes to how the courts deal with applications relating to children. Compulsory…

    How are inheritances dealt with when a…

    Q.My wife and I are separating and intend to divorce. Shortly after we decided to separate, I received an inheritance of £150,000 from my late mother’s estate. Will this sum…

    24/04/14

    Can my former spouse force the sale…

    Question My former husband and I divorced in 2005. We had two children together and at the time of our divorce they were aged 15 and 13. When we divorced,…

    21/02/14

    What are the key changes to child…

    The introduction of the new Child Maintenance Service brings about a number of key changes to the way child support payments will be calculated and managed. The new Child Maintenance…

    I’m getting a divorce, who gets custody…

    Deciding where a child should live in the event of a marriage breakdown can often be a complicated issue.  In England the court doesn’t automatically become involved in making arrangements.…

    30/09/13

    Should I step in and help my…

    With so many young families struggling to save for a deposit for a house, it’s becoming increasingly common for parents to provide loans from the ‘bank of mum and dad’.…

    12/08/13

    Government proposes major reforms to support children…

    On February 5, 2013 the government announced wide sweeping changes to legislation affecting children and families. One of the key proposals of the Children and Families Bill is the suggestion…

    Changes to ensure both parents have a…

    The Government is proposing changes to family law with the aim of ensuring that both mothers and fathers have contact with their children if their relationship breaks down. Evidence currently…

    21/11/12

    Recently separated & sorting out Property, Financial…

    My wife and I have recently separated although we remain on good terms. We are keen to sort out property and financial matters, as well as the arrangements for the…

    04/01/12
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