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  • Parental Responsibility  (Luxe Magazine)

    Read what our children’s specialist solicitor, Sam Carter, says in this month’s edition of Luxe Magazine: As we move towards the close of this glorious summer we turn our thoughts towards darker nights, cosy nights in watching “Strictly” and for those of us who enjoy football, the much awaited new season starts! However, by far

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  • Guide to Child Maintenance Law

    If you are having relationship problems, you may be considering getting a divorce. Whilst instigating divorce proceedings is difficult for anyone, it is more complicated if you have children. Couples who are separating and have children must make financial provisions, including child maintenance arrangements. Both parents still have a duty of care to their children after

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  • Getting a UK Prenuptial Agreement

    A prenuptial agreement is a formal contract between a couple who want to protect their financial assets before they get married. Many couples may consider a prenuptial agreement as an unnecessary contract that will damage their marriage before it even begins. But the reality of prenups is they are only there to protect your financial

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  • We’re all going on a…

    The school summer holiday period is here and whilst they are a welcome break for your hard working children, they can cause problems for parents – particularly those who are separated and co-parenting. For family lawyers, this can be a busy time of year as often issues arise for separated parents when they mention to

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  • Whats in a Name  (Luxe Magazine)

    Read what our Managing Director, Joanne Major of Major Family Law, the Divorce and Family Law Specialists, says in this month’s Luxe Magazine: It can often be difficult to separate a surname from a sense of identity and the feeling of being part of a family unit. Indeed many women have to tackle this issue

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  • Getting a Legal Separation Agreement

    A legal separation agreement is beneficial for married couples who are thinking about splitting up, but who are not ready to proceed with divorce. Similarly to divorce, a legal separation allows you to live separately from your partner. In addition, you will still need to consider negotiating your finances, property and child arrangements. However, unlike

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