Most people associate family lawyers with dealing solely with divorce cases. Although divorce is a big part of our roles, there are many other aspects to family law that aren’t as well known. We deal with a huge variety of different situations that arise on a day-to-day basis. As with our divorce cases, we try
We have pleasure in welcoming Victoria Clarke into the fold who start with us imminently and hails from Messrs Hugh Jenkins Solicitors (incorporating Trevor Griffiths Solicitors) from Aberdare. Victoria has an excellent grounding in all aspects of Family Law and has built up a formidable reputation in Aberdare and is looking forward to draw on
Purchasing a house is a big step for anyone. If you are purchasing a house with a partner it is an even bigger step. It is a big commitment, both financially and emotionally and one that should not be undertaken lightly. Unlike married couples, long term partners receive no legal protection around joint property ownership.
Many couples are choosing to cohabit without marrying and many cohabiting couples do not intend on getting married, even though they see each other as life partners. This may be for financial, political or personal reasons. Cohabiting couples do not tend to experience difficulty, until things go wrong. There are still very few legal rights
The Ministry of Justice has published a summary of the results of a 2012/13 of the Crime Survey for England and Wales relating to the family justice system. For this survey around 35,000 adults in England and Wales were interviewed and topics covered their experience and perception of the family justice system and mediation. The