Family

19/11/2019 0 comments 9 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 40 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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31/10/2019 0 comments 130 views

The Ringrose Law Domestic Abuse Team is delighted to announce a newly formed partnership with the organisation FLOWS. FLOWS deliver free legal advice to front line workers in Refuges, Women’s...
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29/10/2019 0 comments 41 views

When a couple are dealing with divorce, they have lots of things to consider both in practical and financial respects. There is often, quite understandably, a focus on practical arrangements...
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25/10/2019 0 comments 76 views

Trying to arrange contact between children and non-resident parents over the Christmas period can often cause conflict and lead to disagreements. There are no hard-and-fast rules about what contact arrangements...
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25/10/2019 0 comments 73 views

What is an inquest? An inquest is a judicial inquiry in common law jurisdictions, particularly one held to determine the cause of a person's death. Conducted by a judge, jury,...
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15/10/2019 0 comments 136 views

Embarking on divorce, civil partnership dissolution or judicial separation or even the mere prospect of discussing such can be a distressing and sobering thought. It is usual to feel somewhat...
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14/10/2019 0 comments 95 views

Women were not discriminated against when the Pension age was raised from 60 – 66 the High Court recently ruled dismissing the claim on all grounds. Two claimants took the...
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14/10/2019 0 comments 86 views

There are many different support for people within the Family Court to include legal representation, friend or supportive person sitting with you in the waiting area for moral support. You...
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14/10/2019 0 comments 95 views

If you want to move your child but the child’s other parent with parental responsibility is not in agreement to this, you will first need to apply to the Court...
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