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When a couple first separate, it can be difficult to know where to start and what arrangements need to be made between you moving forwards. It is always preferable to try and negotiate arrangements between yourselves if the relationship is still an a…

Yesterday, the Government launched a 12-week consultation to examine the process for creating and registering a Lasting Power of Attorney, with an emphasis on how technology can be used to reform the process of witnessing, improve access and speed up…

Much has happened over the past 12 months’ since Boris Johnson announced the UK would ‘Build, Build, Build’ following the setting out of some of the most radical planning reforms seen since the rebuild following the end of the second world war.

Hous…

One of the most worrying issues clients face when they are separating and/or divorcing, is the question of how they are going to financially support themselves and their children following separation. There are a number of ways that income can be ‘to…

When a married couple first reaches a decision to separate, they are often faced with a number of decisions to make:

  • Should I be considering divorce? Is it too soon?
  • Should I go and see a solicitor yet?
  • Should we both remain in the family home?

Many of you will be aware that the 'no fault divorce' bill gained Royal Assent last year.

But when is No Fault divorce due to become law?

The Government has announced that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which will allow married c…