While in the UK fathers nominally have the same rights as mothers, it is still very common that a father will face an uphill battle just for wanting to be part of his child’s life, after separation from the mother of the child.
Easter is a beloved holiday and is a chance for families and loved ones to spend time together and enjoy each other’s company. Children love the traditions associated with Easter egg hunting and, of course, parents enjoy seeing their children happily involved in holiday activities. However, if you have been separated from your child’s other […]
In this article we will share some insight into applying for same-sex family visa and how our immigration lawyers could assist you with your application.
Child Contact Orders are Court Orders meant to ensure that the non-resident parent, that is the parent with whom the child does not normally live, can have contact with the child, can continue to enjoy a parental relationship with, and exercise parental responsibility in respect of, the child.
While it all sounds simple in theory, in reality, things hardly ever are simple when it comes to Child Contact Orders.
Adoption is always a time of joy, but also of worry and sleepless nights. It’s a culmination of your journey to becoming parents, however, it can also be very nerve-wracking, especially if there is also an international element thrown into it. This article aims to address some questions you may have regarding International Adoption. International […]
Sorting out arrangements with your ex-partner in respect of your children can be a stressful and scary experience. There are a million and one questions that come to mind: who gets the child in a divorce; can I get a residence order; how long does a child arrangement order last; how to get a child […]
On 22 August, a new UK immigration route, the Scale-Up visa, has been introduced. This route is part of many work routes that are aiming to attract the best and the brightest of professionals to the UK. In this blog, we will try to address the key frequently asked questions (FAQs) in relation to the […]
What are Non-Molestation orders? It’s an unfortunately common scenario for our family solicitors to see fathers face false or exaggerated accusations of abuse and violent behaviour, as part of divorce proceedings. As such, quite often, non-molestation orders become a weapon to be used against men in a divorce. A non-molestation order is an order preventing […]
Spouse visa applications for Entry Clearance, Leave to Remain or Indefinite Leave to Remain have been my all-time favourite. I love playing a key role in two people’s love story, making sure that Immigration rules and country borders cannot stand between families. On this Valentine’s day, I would like to share with you a success […]
For those who have elderly parents residing abroad, having the ability to spend time with their aging parents and make sure that their later years are spent in comfort and relative health is a priority. It is therefore quite often that we receive enquiries in respect of elderly parent visas for the UK. For the […]