One of the points I am always very keen to stress when meeting people for initial advice is that they
The gloves came off at last week’s Great Legal Bake off hosted by St Albans family law firm, Rayden Solicitors.
Children’s voices Che Meakins sets out the courts’ approach to the evidence of children in family proceedings and when a
Resolution has published research that found that 65% of children of divorced parents felt the divorce had adversely affected their
In the conclusion to a two-part analysis Che Meakins looks at Xydhias agreements and the procedure to be adopted on
Rachel Nicholl highlights the courts’ approach when dealing with financial conduct and litigation conduct. This article was first published in the
Shortly after the Civil Partnership Act came into force and homosexual couples were able to celebrate their union by forming
Regardless of whether the separation between you and your spouse is amicable, receiving a divorce petition either through the post or being personally served can be a very distressing and unnerving time.
In the first of a two-part analysis Che Meakins sets out different types of agreements between parties in family proceedings