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Michelle Cooper - Recommended

Michelle Cooper - Recommended

22nd January 2020

"I initially sought advice from a solicitor at a large family department in Sheffield, where I was a …

What happens with a pension on divorce?

What happens with a pension on divorce?

16th January 2020

A surprisingly high number of couples do not take into consideration pensions at all when divorcing, …

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

16th January 2020

Many of us are looking forward to the New Year, determined to stick to our resolutions this time, wh …

Office closure over the festive period

Office closure over the festive period

20th December 2019

Please note our offices are closed from 2pm Friday 20th December and will re-open on Thursday 2nd Ja …

Support Dogs - Acclaimed Family Law's chosen charity for 2020

Support Dogs - Acclaimed Family Law's chosen charity for 2020

13th December 2019

It was lovely to meet with Chris Daykin this week, Corporate Fundraising Manager for Support Dogs, a …

No Fault Divorce in the UK - What’s the Latest?

No Fault Divorce in the UK - What’s the Latest?

11th December 2019

What is no-fault divorce?No-fault divorce is a divorce case in which neither party is required t …

FRESH HOPE FOR THE ‘NO FAULT’ DIVORCE BILL

FRESH HOPE FOR THE ‘NO FAULT’ DIVORCE BILL

25th October 2019

Campaigners who have long championed reform of our current outdated divorce laws faced disappointmen …

Co-habitation Agreements

Co-habitation Agreements

23rd September 2019

It is a long standing myth fabricated by the media that there is such a thing as a common law husban …

Another Hurdle for the 'No-Fault' Divorce Bill

Another Hurdle for the 'No-Fault' Divorce Bill

16th September 2019

With the prorogation of parliament comes news that the hard fought for ‘no-fault’ divorc …

We believe in supporting our clients from beginning to end.

We believe in supporting our clients from beginning to end.

2nd September 2019

"I can't thank you enough for all your kindness, support and encouragement.  I really wouldn't …