What can Solicitors do to help?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

Domestic Violence is more prevalent than people think. There are two types of injunctions that can be obtained from the Court. The first is a ‘non-molestation order’ meaning an order preventing the perpetrator from causing […]

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What is the best way to divide the finances following divorce or dissolution of Civil Partnerships

By Steve / July 4, 2018

Dividing the finances or ‘matrimonial pot’ following divorce or dissolution can be extremely tricky and every case is different. The law surrounding this area is complex and the Courts often have a wide discretion on […]

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What should a victim of domestic violence do to get help?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

If you or your children are in immediate danger you should call the police on 999. Even if you have taken yourself away from the immediate danger, domestic violence should never be tolerated and should […]

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What is the best way of preventing litigation?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

Put simply, it is important to set out what each party’s intention is right from the beginning. If someone wishes to protect their interest within a property that they intend to purchase or if both […]

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What can we do if we don’t agree? Court procedure

By Steve / July 4, 2018

These issues can be dealt with through Mediation or the Collaborative Law process. If however all avenues have been exhausted, an application under the Trust of Lands and Appointments of Trustees Act 1996 can either be made in the […]

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Who owns what?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

For most lawyers who practice in this area, clients invariably either fall into one of two camps: EITHER The joint ownership is registered with the Land Registry (i.e. legal ownership) but there is no evidence […]

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What is property ownership?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

There are two types of ownership of land. The first type of ownership is ‘legal ownership’ meaning ownership recognised by law because a person’s name is on the title. The second type is ‘beneficial ownership’ […]

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What will happen if we can’t agree? The court process

By Steve / July 4, 2018

In the event that all avenues such as collaborative Law and mediation have been exhausted and parties are unable to agree on the arrangements surrounding children, the most usual course of action will be a […]

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What if there is a dispute over how to bring up children?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

It can sometimes be difficult for parents who are together to agree on how children should be brought up. Parents who are separated can find it even more difficult to agree on a whole range […]

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Who should the children live with and how much contact should each parent have?

By Steve / July 4, 2018

It is sometimes difficult to agree following separation as to how and where the children should live and how much time each parent should spend with their children. There are only 7 days in a […]

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