Separation and divorce Download this information in PDF format. Separation and divorce happens often.
If you are facing the breakdown of a marriage or relationship, we can be there to assist with your divorce or separation. An emotional and often harrowing experience, you can rely on us to provide you with safety and legal backing throughout the process.
With us, you can have the entire process completed in four to six months, without the need to go through court.
This four-way meeting removes the need for lengthy and time-consuming correspondence. Let our expert solicitors take your side and ensure that you come away with the best possible outcome.
We offer specialist knowledge and expertise in this area and can provide various alternatives to finding a solution. Using collaborative law and litigation, together we will find the ideal outcome. ChildrenPut arrangements in place for those who matter the most in life Peace of mind when you need it most.
Our expertise in Family Law encompasses many areas, but one of the most vital aspects is the care of and arrangements for children during the ending of a relationship. We offer a compassionate, non-confrontational service, tailored to your exact circumstances and needs. Services we offer include: Our solicitors will help to minimise the stress and emotional upheaval placed on you and will strive to find an outcome that benefits both you and your children.
When you take your relationship to the next level by moving in together, getting married or entering a civil partnership, there are many things to consider and lots of pitfalls. We can take the mystery out of the processes and explain all your options.
Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements are becoming more popular and are the best way to help protect any children, or property, that you may have from a previous relationship. While pre-nuptial agreements are not statutorily binding, it is unlikely that a judge would ignore their terms — unless there is a very good reason to depart from them.
Though discussing failure at the start of your wedded life may seem ominous, it can often give you the peace of mind to proceed happily. Cohabitation Contracts are available for unmarried couples.
They set out how you and your partner will manage your day-to-day finances. Cohabitation Contracts can include how you will share the rent or mortgage; the payment of other bills; and how to deal with any bank accounts, property or assets owned.
The Contract will ensure that these issues are dealt with in the event that the relationship breaks down and can reduce the emotional pressure involved at what is often a difficult time.
MediationTurn issues into resolutions in the most painless way possible Resolve your issues face on. Face-to-face discussions are usually the best way to resolve issues, which is why our mediation sessions are rapidly growing in popularity.
You and your former partner will be able to sit down and discuss your issues and ultimately decide on terms that can be transferred into a binding agreement. Facilitated by our expert and objective mediator, you will both have the support from a legally trained mediator to help you make the right decision for you, without having to rely on lengthy emails, letters and phone calls.
The process can take between two and five sessions, at the end of which you will have achieved a resolution which can in turn be translated into an agreement for both parties to comply with. Our Other ServicesWe seek to cut through the legal jargon and deliver what you want.UPDATE (6/21/): On June 20, President Trump issued an Executive Order, purporting to end the family separation policy.
But that doesn’t end the humanitarian crisis, which he created. The executive order offers no plan to reunite the thousands of children who remain separated from their parents. The administration has signaled that . Listen to reporter Noah Lanard explain how the government appears to be using bond denials to prolong family separation at the border, in this episode of the Mother Jones Podcast.
Family Separation Allowance (FSA) is payable only to members with dependents. It is payable when a military member is forced to be away due to orders. Welcome to AIFLAM.
The Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators promotes the attractions of mediation and arbitration as a means of dispute resolution amongst both practitioners and the wider community.
Family law is legally complex and emotionally sensitive. It may influence every area of your life, from your relationship with your children to your financial stability, for many years to come. A servicemember with dependents who serves an unaccompanied tour of duty may be entitled to a family separation allowance.