News & Articles
How does a legal separation work?
21st March 2019
In the eighth of our short films we look at legal separation If you have any further questions, or would like to arrange an appointment…read more
Brexit: maddening but not frustrating when it comes to contracts
20th March 2019
Brexit may be maddening for business, communities and even the politicians in the thick of it, but following the case of Canary Wharf v…read more
How long does a divorce take?
14th March 2019
In the seventh of our short films we look at just how long a divorce can take If you have any further questions, or would…read more
Who has the ‘right to roam’ over open land?
13th March 2019
The sheer number of footpaths that criss-cross the country is a fabulous reason to get outside and enjoy the countryside. But what is the…read more
Case Study: Building mutually beneficial relationships
12th March 2019
One of our key missions is to really understand our clients and their needs, and form a close working relationship with them. Andy Gibbons…read more
How do you get your marriage annulled?
7th March 2019
In the sixth of our short films we look at annulment and whether you can have a marriage annulled If you have any further questions,…read more
Pothole misery – who is responsible
6th March 2019
Potholes. They are the bane of every motorist, motorcyclist and cyclist in the land. They have even been known to claim the odd pedestrian…read more
Draft Domestic Abuse Bill – A legal view
5th March 2019
In January 2019 the Government published a draft Domestic Abuse Bill. This proposed legislation has had a long consultation period and has drawn upon…read more
In terms of financial settlement, what is fair?
27th February 2019
In the fifth of our short films we look at financial settlements and what would be considered fair. If you have any further questions, or…read more
Family finances make divorce increasingly complex
20th February 2019
Understanding and unravelling family finances during divorce can be a daunting prospect for many. Add to this the wider political and economic uncertainty created…read more
Is there such a thing as a common law marriage?
14th February 2019
In the fourth of our ten-part series of short films we look at if there is such a thing as a common law marriage. If…read more
How to Avoid Boundary Battles
13th February 2019
How well do you know your neighbours? It seems that in the modern world we’re not as friendly with the ‘folks next door’ as…read more
No Fault Divorce to Become Law
12th February 2019
The Government Justice Secretary, David Gauke, has confirmed legislation will be introduced in the next session of Parliament to reform divorce Law by bringing…read more
Divorce and Court
7th February 2019
In the third of our short films we look at whether you need to go to court to get a divorce. https://youtu.be/lVAjivUtAh4 If…read more