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With the rapid development of the Covid-19 virus over recent weeks, we felt it important to notify all of our clients of the steps that we are taking...
Expatriate Law
Many expatriates living around the world generally suffer from a great deal of misinformation regarding family law matters. Fellow expats are quick to give an opinion, even when not qualified to...
Withers LLP
When a relationship starts to get serious, the last thing that most people want to do is raise questions around financial planning, especially when doing so might suggest
Withers LLP
If you are not married or in a civil partnership, your future security could be at risk if your relationship falters.
Withers LLP
When a couple splits up, they may experience a mix of confusion, shock, guilt, frustration, grief, loss, resentment, anger, rejection, shame and relief.
Withers LLP
In our first episode, Mariella and Suzanne Todd explore how family structures have changed over the years, developing into a hugely varied number of arrangements...
Withers LLP
1. Try to use "I" not "You" and talk about your own thoughts and feelings.
Withers LLP
Surrogacy is a ‘life line' for some couples and the building block used by increasing numbers of modern families to have children of their own.
Withers LLP
Parental Alienation is a difficult, complicated and emotive subject. It involves one parent trying to ensure that the child does not have a healthy relationship with the other parent.
Withers LLP
Everyone argues, but not everyone argues well. Constructive arguing is something of an artform, and sometimes a good argument
Withers LLP
Prenups are increasingly used by couples to give certainty about the financial aspects of their relationship and so it pays to know what you're getting into. This is what you need to know:
Withers LLP
There are many reasons couples choose to resolve financial and children issues that arise on divorce or separation without going to court.
Withers LLP
The reasons for a separation are invariably complex and various. The idea of trying to detail how and why a relationship has broken down, in a short form which ideally needs to be agreed by your...
Withers LLP
When a couple splits up, they may experience a mix of confusion, shock, guilt, frustration, grief, loss, resentment, anger, rejection, shame and relief.
Withers LLP
Separation is inevitably difficult, emotional and often overwhelming, but there are ways in which the effect can be minimised.
Withers LLP
One of the most important skills for family lawyers is empathy – we have to understand how our clients are feeling and recognise how difficult it is for them ...
Hewitsons LLP
Under current IHT laws, most (not all!) married couples and civil partners can pass their entire estate to each other when they die without having to pay any IHT.
Hewitsons LLP
When Sarah Weisz's husband died, his Will gave her only his share in their matrimonial home, and that was subject to a mortgage.
Wrigleys Solicitors
It is not unusual for the Court to look at a person's capacity to deal with a number of areas of their life.
Expatriate Law
The impact on the practice of family law of Covid-19/coronavirus can be split under two headings: i) the impact of any restrictions on movement/attending public spaces by the government; and, ii)...
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