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Matrimonial

Government announce change in law for civil…

All couples in England and Wales will now have the choice between entering into either a civil partnership or a marriage, the Government has announced today. Harrison Drury’s family team…

Five steps to making a pre-nuptial agreement

Janine Hutson from Harrison Drury’s Divorce and family law team offers some guidance to couples considering a pre-nuptial agreement. There are many reasons why couples may want to get a…

Are millennials driving the increase in pre-nups?

Helen Maguire, associate solicitor in our Home and Family team looks at the causes behind the rise in pre-nuptial agreements and how the courts are interpreting them. While they may…

Alex Walmsley

Trainee Solicitor

Damian Baron

Consultant

Shena Baron

Family Executive

Helen Maguire

Associate Solicitor

Janine Hutson

Associate Solicitor

Matrimonial & Pre-Nups

At Harrison Drury, our specialist divorce and family solicitors give objective advice in plain English about the implications, costs and effectiveness of a pre-nup so you can decide for yourself…

Divorce & Separation

Divorce creates deep emotional and financial issues for everyone concerned. Our divorce and family solicitors provide expert legal advice to help you find a way forward that is least upsetting…

Cohabitation Agreements & Disputes

Legal issues can arise when couples are cohabiting, so our specialist divorce and family lawyers work to protect your interests by drawing up a cohabitation agreement to save you expenses and…

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