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17th February 2021 Rakhi Singal
Valentines Family Law Event – Will you say I do to a Pre-Nup

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 […]

Divorce and Separation
Family Law
16th February 2021 Eylem Kara
Divorce Day 2021: What is it?

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 and Separation
Family Law
15th January 2021 Rakhi Singal
Time for a divorce? A lawyers guide to a divorce

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 […]

Divorce and Separation
Family Law
6th January 2021 Rakhi Singal
Bitcoin Divorce: Dealing with Crypto in a Divorce

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 […]

Divorce and Separation
Family Law
Financial Proceedings
22nd December 2020 Rakhi Singal
No-Fault Divorce: What You Need To Know

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 […]

Divorce and Separation
3rd December 2020 Rakhi Singal
What are the Mothers Rights after a Divorce?

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 […]

Divorce and Separation
Family Law
31st July 2020 Rakhi Singal
Covid-19: Changing the Financial Orders

With businesses struggling to survive, jobs lost, assets devalued, many of those who have financial agreements or orders following a divorce to adhere to, are starting to wonder whether they can afford to honour these Financial Orders. Since March this year, when countries started shutting down one by one in a desperate attempt to slow […]

Divorce and Separation
Financial Proceedings
15th May 2020 Rakhi Singal
What am I entitled to in a divorce?

‘What am I entitled to if I get a divorce?’ This is one of the questions we hear most often when dealing with divorce matters. Why this question would be at the forefront of someone’s mind when contemplating divorce is abundantly clear. Divorce is a difficult decision: it is an end to a considerable part […]

Divorce and Separation
Family Law
5th May 2020 Eylem Kara
Fathers Rights: Non-Resident parent

In this blog we will concentrate on the rights of separated fathers, who do not live with their children. Parents who do not live with their children, are known as non-resident parent. It is not to say that only fathers can be non-resident parents, however it is still more common for the mothers to be […]

Child Custody & Child Arrangements
Divorce and Separation
Family Law
25th March 2020 Rakhi Singal
Coronavirus lockdown: co-parenting and child contact

With the government implementing stricter rules in respect of social distancing, many who are in co-parenting arrangements are worried that these uncertain times will damage their hard-won rights to have contact with their children. Below, we look at what the rules of lockdown are and how they relate to the rights of both fathers and […]

Child Custody & Child Arrangements
Divorce and Separation
Family Law