Tax warning for separating spouses
Our supportive child law practitioners can advise you in all matters involving children, including disputes concerning where a child should live and the time they should spend with parents and other relations. Our legal team can help you to resolve disputes concerning a child’s education, religion, name and relocation.
Issues involving children can be emotional and stressful. We deal with your concerns professionally and efficiently aiming to bring quick resolution to your issues.
We deal with applications for permission to remove children from the jurisdiction and the unlawful removal of children both to and from this jurisdiction.
If you do not have parental responsibility for your child then we can advise you on how this can be achieved and draft the necessary paperwork.
Child Maintenance Service (previously Child Support Act)
We can advise on child maintenance applications made under the Child Maintenance Service (previously dealt with by the Child Support Act) by resident and non-resident parents. We can also give pragmatic advice on the variation procedure and appeals.
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Access to family courts has been granted to legal bloggers
Prime Minister announces change to law for mixed-sex couples
Mills v Mills – Supreme Court ruling against an increase of spousal maintenance
Cohabitation – the fastest growing family type in the UK
Owens v Owens highlights the need to reform divorce law
Divorce in farming families
Opposite-sex couple win legal battle on civil partnership case
The growing use of arbitration in family law
Debating the issue of contact for grandparents
Specialist financial remedy courts
Does conduct play a part in the financial proceedings on divorce?
Services for individuals and families
What rights do grandparents have for financial assistance when caring for grandchildren?