Family

23/01/2020 0 comments 15 views

An American man has recently filed papers with his local Court asking that his ongoing legal dispute with his wife is settled in a trial by combat. The man has...
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17/01/2020 0 comments 26 views

Although very useful, it is still not widely known about the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, often referred to as Clare’s Law. This enables members of the public to request information...
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16/01/2020 0 comments 26 views

The biggest shake up of divorce law for over half a century namely, The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill was brought back before Parliament earlier  this month. First introduced in...
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Mediation Information Assessment Meeting (MIAM) A MIAM is a first meeting with a Family Mediator. The purpose is for the client to find out about the Mediation process and for...
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16/01/2020 0 comments 451 views

Family Mediation can cover arrangements for children where parents are divorcing or separating. Commonly, it is a question of where children will live and how often they will see the...
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14/01/2020 0 comments 25 views

We are all frequently faced with information about the pressure on our National Health Service and the many different theories on what is causing it. Sadly, the same level of...
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20/12/2019 0 comments 109 views

During the Christmas and New Year not everybody looks forward to spending this time with their family due to domestic abuse. For these victims it also the most feared time...
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04/12/2019 0 comments 126 views

The Court system is moving ever more towards delivering services online.  We have seen introduction of an online divorce procedure and many forms and documents all have to be sent...
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19/11/2019 0 comments 153 views

A recent survey suggests that around 20% of couples who live together as a family are unmarried or cohabiting and this demographic is the fastest growing type of family unit...
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04/11/2019 0 comments 149 views

Pre-Nuptial Agreements must be signed before marriage. However, it is possible to enter into a Post-Nuptial Agreement which can be signed at any point after people are married. As pre...
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