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The benefits of nesting when co-parenting a child

For parties with children who have recently separated, the question may arise as to how best to co-parent. A separation is a significant event in a child’s life and many…


Pre-nuptial agreements: Do you need one?

While the idea of signing a pre-nuptial agreement may seem unromantic or pessimistic, this is far from the truth, they are a sensible way of starting a marriage with a…


Can I find out about a partner’s potential history of domestic abuse? A guide to Clare’s Law

Jenna Atkinson and Olivia Moore, from our family law team give an overview of the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, also known as Clare’s Law, which gives people the right to…


Harrison Drury’s latest hire bolsters residential conveyancing offering across the North West

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced associate solicitor Amy Leslie to its residential conveyancing team. Amy joins after seven years as a solicitor and team leader of the residential conveyancing team…


Family disputes – what are your rights when operating a family business?

In our latest guest blog, John Osborne partner and Head of Family Law and corporate solicitor, Chloe Wishart teamed up with Karl Hodson, partner at UK Business Finance, part of…


Demand for specialist estate planning advice supports growth of private client team

Growing demand for specialist advice around inheritance, trust and estate planning matters has seen Harrison Drury’s private client team go from strength to strength. Following recent recruitment, including the appointments…


Six life events that should prompt you to update your Will

Donna Matthews from our private client team explains the importance of not forgetting to keep a Will up to date and outlines six scenarios where you may want to consider…


Overcoming school holiday conflict as a separated family

The school summer holidays can often be a time of stress for separated parents trying to arrange childcare cover and plan holidays at home or abroad. Rebecca Patience, family law…


Series or instalments: What payment option is best suited for your financial settlement

One of the main objectives of the court when resolving financial matters between divorcing parties is to try and separate their finances and sever the financial bonds between them. Rebecca…


Navigating contact with your children on Father’s Day

Coping with the emotional stress of separation can make it difficult to navigate contact arrangements for any children involved. Rebecca Patience, senior associate solicitor and Grace McGarvey, legal apprentice from…


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