Neves Blogs and News

Keep up to date with our articles and blogs written by our solicitors on the latest developments in law and what's happening at Neves.

Our Family Law solicitors here at Neves are often asked if it is possible to claim maintenance for an adult child. Below we explain the circumstances in which a claim could be made to the Family Court.

No order shall be made for a child who has atta…

BPI (Independent Financial Advisors) has published their April Residential Property Review.

Their monthly residential market review is intended to provide background to recent developments in property markets, as well as to give an indication of how…

For many years, lawyers have advised their clients that there was no point in drawing up prenuptial agreements before the couple married or agreements to regulate their finances after they married.  This was because divorce courts would not be bound …

This morning (9 April 2019) the government have announced plans to introduce no fault divorce, following years of debate.

Current Law

Under current legislation, you are required to prove to a court that your marriage has irretrievably broken down i…

Update April 2019:

The changes to the probate fee system that we discuss below were due to be introduced on 1 April 2019 but the implementation has been delayed. The Ministry of Justice has said that the delay is due to preoccupation with other parl…

An agreement for disagreement? A reminder of the importance of ensuring certainty when contracting with third parties.

The recent Court of Appeal judgement in the case of Morris v Swanton Care & Community Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2763 found that an e…