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Arrangements for children after a same sex divorce or separation

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Following the introduction of civil partnerships in 2005 and same-sex marriages in 2014, there has been an increase in families and then relationship breakdown between same-sex parents

Are future earnings taken account of in a divorce settlement?

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If you are contemplating getting divorced then your future financial security is likely to be a key concern, particularly if you gave up or compromised a promising career to look after children and support your spouse in their career. High costs and scarcity of childcare can also make it necessary for one parent to give up work, and a lengthy break can make it very difficult to return to working at the same salary level and getting a career back on track.

Jonathan Corbishley Solicitor Profile

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We sat down with Jonathan Corbishley from our Chesterfield office to ask about his days, career and what advice he can inpart for individuals looking to start in law. Q1....

Settling a dispute about matrimonial finances during the pandemic

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If you are in the middle of getting divorced, or contemplating getting divorced, you may be worried about how the present COVID-19 pandemic will impact on your financial security after separation. If financial arrangements are disputed, how easy will it be to come to an arrangement and move on with your life?

A Time Of Realisation For Those In Poor Relationships

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It’s hard to believe that just a few months ago, as we were putting away the Christmas decorations, most of us had not heard of Coronavirus. Now here we are, half way through 2020 and it seems the world has turned on its head. We cannot downplay the...

Coronavirus and Child Arrangements

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Coronavirus and Child Arrangements The current unprecedented times are leading to uncertainty throughout British society. As family lawyers we are receiving a significant number of enquiries from separated parents about how and whether they should...

Lawyers question the treatment of domestic abuse victims in courts

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Law professionals are questioning the treatment of domestic abuse victims within the family court environment and whether or not it provides a safe place for them during court cases. Judges holding “outdated views” on sexual violence and issues...

Forced marriage stats reveal a bigger problem

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According to the most recent Home Office Statistics in 2018, there were 1,764 cases of forced marriage involving Government intervention. Forced marriage is a crime that goes under the radar, yet is quite common and should be brought into the open more when...

Summer Holiday is the Final Straw for Fragile Relationships

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Throughout the country many family lawyers will be readying themselves for one of the busiest times of the year following disastrous summer holidays. It is estimated that more than 40 per cent of marriages end in divorce, and it is following the summer...

Battle Over Huge Lottery Win a Sad Tale to Learn From

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The law often unearths worthy tales of note for all to learn from. Some are just stories where people shake their heads, and move on without a thought, but others have deeper lessons for all of us. One such recent tale hit the national newspapers and...

Denmark Fights Toxic Family Break-Up

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When it comes to qualify of life studies, the Scandinavians always seem to be head of the league tables, with some of the bigger so-called developed countries lagging well behind. The reason that the Swedish, Danes and Norwegians are always at the forefront...

Till Debt Do Us Part When Separating

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Access to credit is now easier than ever and this has led to a culture of, ‘putting it on the plastic,' being seen as very much the norm in today’s society. Average household debt is around £8,000 per person in the UK, and this figure...

Story to Shine a Light on Coercive Control

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A shocking tale of a woman who killed her husband with a hammer over eight years ago has resurfaced recently as her family support her bid to be released from prison. The case of Sally Challen is well worth broadcasting to the general public as its...

The Traditional January Divorce Spike

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The festive season is over and sadly, with it, are many marriages as the New Year always sees solicitors kept busy with new divorce cases. It is not the most festive tale with which to start 2019, but it’s a message that needs to be told to those who...

Divorce Rate At An All Time Low, According To Statistics

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In the past few weeks, many recognised news outlets have commented that the heterosexual divorce rate has hit a 45 year low. For those readers who scan the headlines but don’t delve deeper into the story it is a headline, which paints a rosy picture...