Should Divorce Be a Blame Game?

Divorce Solicitors Newcastle Sunderland

Should Divorce Be a Blame Game. Family Law Solicitors – Newcastle and Sunderland As the Law Gazette reports, recent calls for the introduction of a more open provision for ‘no-fault’ divorce have been dismissed by Parliament Government rebuffs latest calls for no-fault divorce. This came despite support from Sir James Munby, the President of the …

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Securing the Arrangements for Your Children Post-Separation

Securing the arrangements for your child post-separation

Securing the Arrangements for Your Children Post-Separation: Expert Divorce Solicitors covering Newcastle and Sunderland When a married couple separates, it is possible – and indeed likely – that one or both parties will want to pursue a divorce through the Family Court; they may even wish to reach a Financial Settlement through the Courts – …

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Removing a child to live abroad, seek expert guidance quickly

Emmersons Solicitors Family Law Experts. Help with removing a child to move abroad.

At Emmersons Expert Family Law Solicitors, we are here to provide you with expert guidance quickly and clearly, hopefully reducing any worry or stress should this situation arise. These days we live in a mobile and multi-cultural society. When parents separate increasingly we are faced with not just disputes about with whom the children should live …

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Putting Children First – Family Law

Family Law Putting Children First

Arrangements for children.   New polling which was carried out by ComRes on behalf of family law organisation Resolution, has found that around eight out of ten children and young people with experience of parental separation or divorce would prefer their parents to split up if they are unhappy, rather than stay together. When asked …

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Custody of Children, Residence and now Arrangements for Children.

Custody of Children, Residence and now Arrangements for Children. What does it all mean? Years ago when a couple divorced the court would automatically become involved to determine who would have custody of the children. An order would be made and this was usually in favour of the mother. In effect, the mother would then …

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