Decree Absolute | It is a common misconception that obtaining your decree absolute brings divorce matters to an end. This is not always the case.
A step by step guide on how to get a divorce. Knowing how the process works serves to put our clients in control of their future arrangements.
No fault divorce is to be implemented in April 2022. The changes emphasise that the need for one person to blame the other will disappear.
The initial consultation with our divorce lawyer will cover options for resolving your claims, financial disclosure, potential outcomes, and arrangements for children. The focus is taking control of your future.
What are my rights? This is the question most people caught up in family breakdown ask their solicitor. They are often quite frustrated at the answer!
Where there is a real risk that an asset of value is going to be disposed of or in some other way removed beyond the reach of one spouse, then an application can be made to the court for an injunction preventing that …
Divorce and cohabitation are relatively common bedfellows (no pun intended). Cohabitation is a long standing living arrangement which to all intents and purposes is similar to a marriage, except there is no marriage licence. Cohabitation is relevant in divorce proceedings in the following ways …
It can be easy to forget that the change the immediate family unit are going through is also being experienced by grandparents. With children often spending their time with one parent at a time after divorce, precious time with their grandparents can be squeezed, leaving everybody feeling like they are missing out.
If the differences between you and your former partner are not too large, Solicitors’ Negotiation is usually a cost effective way of finding a compromise and a solution.
Form E is a document used by the family court to obtain information as to each person’s income, savings, investments, pension, belongings and property. It is a “one size fits all” so it is intended to cover all eventualities.