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.
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 […]
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 […]
Every year, on the first working Monday of the year, family law firms see a significant spike in divorce enquiries, which has led to the day being dubbed ‘Divorce Day’. It is believed that the festive period is responsible for this phenomenon, with couples having had time to slow down and reconsider their lives/relationships, gaining […]
In this Webinar, Andrea Panayiotou discusses pre-nuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements. What is a pre-nuptial agreement? A prenuptial agreement is a formal, written agreement between two partners prior to their marriage. It sets out ownership of all their joint and individual assets, including the marital home, savings, pensions and debts. The agreement explains how all […]
What is Divorce Day? Divorce lawyers have long been accustomed to seeing a spike in divorce enquiries right after the Christmas holiday period. The media has dubbed it as ‘the Divorce day’. Normally, the divorce day falls on the first working day after the winter festive period is over. This year Divorce Day 2021 fell […]
Divorce process can be a very stressful and emotional period in your life, but if you do everything correctly it should go relatively smoothly, thereby sparing you mental and financial difficulties. Read our blog to gain more information about the divorce process in the UK and how to navigate that difficult period of life with […]
Can I get a divorce? In the recent years, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency have become increasingly popular investment assets. This means that divorce lawyers too have to deal with these assets more and more. If things continue to develop in the same manner, so called Bitcoin divorces are going to be the norm in the […]
What is No-Fault Divorce? There is a buzz going around that no-fault divorce is coming to town. But what is it and why is it important? For years the divorce laws in the UK have given rise to number of complications for those wishing to divorce. And with introduction of no fault divorce, things are […]
What are Mothers Rights? As specialist family solicitors we deal with many different cases that touch the mothers rights. We often need to address questions in respect of such right, their boundaries and ways to enforce them. In this blog, we will mostly concentrate on mothers rights in divorce, that is the rights mothers have […]