Family and Children

26/09/2018 0 comments 111 views

Christmas is traditionally a time for families to come together.  However, for parents who are separated, Christmas can be a difficult time. For most parents Christmas is all about pleasing...
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18/09/2018 0 comments 94 views

Parents often assert their rights to their children; the right to live with them, spend time with them and make decisions about their lives. When parents separate and don’t agree...
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10/08/2018 0 comments 102 views

It is commonly reported that since the death of Jimmy Saville in 2011 and the subsequent exposure of his abuse to children, that a number of victims of sexual abuse...
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25/06/2018 0 comments 352 views

Our Family Department in Grantham is looking to employ someone with either a law degree or LPC qualification and some experience of working within a law firm, in order to...
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07/06/2018 0 comments 152 views

We are delighted to announce that Solicitor and Senior Associate, Costa Kyriacou has recently been awarded membership of the Law Society’s Children Panel. Achieving membership demonstrates Costa’s commitment to helping...
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22/05/2018 0 comments 199 views

The area relating to grandparental rights to spend time with their grandchildren particularly when their parents have separated has long been a thorny issue to resolve; more so where the...
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10/04/2018 0 comments 515 views

Ringrose Law Solicitors are a Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire firm that has been providing a service to clients for over 100 years.  However, we have actively pursued change over the last...
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06/03/2018 0 comments 380 views

You must get the permission of everyone with parental responsibility for a child or from a court before taking the child abroad. Taking a child abroad without permission is child...
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20/02/2018 0 comments 459 views

A Child Arrangements Order is a legal order where the court decides either where a child will live or who a child can spend time with and for how long....
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08/01/2018 0 comments 412 views

Despite the Government encouraging the public to access Mediation by making it obligatory to attend a MIAM (Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting) before going to court, tens of thousands of...
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