Ringrose Law shortlisted for Family Law Firm of the Year at the 2021 Family Law Awards
Ringrose Law are delighted to announce they have been shortlisted for Family Law Firm of the Year at the 2021 Family Law Awards for the …Read Moreabout Ringrose Law shortlisted for Family Law Firm of the Year at the 2021 Family Law Awards
The New No Fault Divorce
Divorce law in England and Wales is set to change, with the introduction of the ‘no fault divorce’. The UK Government confirmed, in 2018, that …Read Moreabout The New No Fault Divorce
Paws in the Park 2021
Ringrose Law are delighted to be headline sponsors for the Paws in the Park 2021 dog walk in aid of Juno, Nottinghamshire Womens Aid. The …Read Moreabout Paws in the Park 2021
The phrase ‘pre-proceedings’ is not something most people have ever heard of. When an expectant parent, or existing parent, is handed a letter before proceedings, …Read Moreabout Pre-Proceedings Process
“Buy Land, they are not making it anymore”
Mark Twain got it right when it comes to farming. And when it comes to farming divorces they are in a field of their own. …Read Moreabout “Buy Land, they are not making it anymore”
What is the process for obtaining a divorce?
For many people, getting divorced can be their first encounter with the legal system and the process can understandably be fairly intimidating. This blog aims …Read Moreabout What is the process for obtaining a divorce?
Common law marriage – does it exist?
Does Common Law Marriage Exist? Many cohabiting couples assume that living with their partner for a long time provides them with legal rights, similar to …Read Moreabout Common law marriage – does it exist?
COVID-19 restrictions lifted – are you going abroad this year with your children?
Now that the restrictions are gradually being lifted, the government have issued guidance on the countries with a traffic light system of red, amber and …Read Moreabout COVID-19 restrictions lifted – are you going abroad this year with your children?
What are cohabiting rights? Today one in six couples cohabit. There is a common myth that there is the concept of a common-law husband and …Read Moreabout Cohabiting rights
Domestic Abuse Bill
Long-awaited and much needed, the Houses of Parliament finally approved the Domestic Abuse Bill on 29 April 2021 to be made law. For the first …Read Moreabout Domestic Abuse Bill
What am I entitled to if I get divorced?
Divorce Settlements: What are you entitled to? For most people, the most worrying aspect of getting divorced is how to divide any marital assets. Most …Read Moreabout What am I entitled to if I get divorced?
Increase of Domestic Abuse Cases
Lincolnshire Police this week advised how in the first 24 hours of lockdown lifting last year, they received almost double the usual number of domestic …Read Moreabout Increase of Domestic Abuse Cases