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The Shareholder Edge: Navigating Shareholder Rights and Disputes
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The Shareholder Edge: Navigating Shareholder Rights and Disputes

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10 Steps to Take When Leaving a Relationship
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10 Steps to Take When Leaving a Relationship

Our Family Solicitors appreciate that separation can be a highly traumatic, emotional, and stressful time. It is important to take control of the situation and seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity. In this blog, we set out the main...

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Family Law | 03 June 2024
Expansion of Family-Friendly Rights: A Closer Look
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Expansion of Family-Friendly Rights: A Closer Look

In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of family-friendly practices in the workplace to better support working parents and caregivers. As a result, several legislative changes were introduced in April this year to...

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Family Law | 24 May 2024
A Guide to Prenuptial Agreements
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A Guide to Prenuptial Agreements

A prenup is a legal agreement  made  between two individuals before they marry or enter  into  a civil partnership.   The agreement itself can set out a variety of provisions as to how the couple intend to divide their assets in the event of any...

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Family Law | 26 April 2024
What is Domestic Abuse, And Does it Include Financial Abuse?
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What is Domestic Abuse, And Does it Include Financial Abuse?

Domestic abuse is defined as an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour. It can take many different forms, such as coercive control, psychological or emotional abuse, physical abuse...

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Family Law | 15 April 2024
The Danger Of Overlooking Pensions And The Motherhood Penalty
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The Danger Of Overlooking Pensions And The Motherhood Penalty

When couples are separating, often their immediate concern will be about where they are going to live rather than thinking about their income in retirement. It is very easy to overlook pensions, as retirement can seem a long way off, and you may be...

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Family Law | 02 April 2024
Myerson Magazine Spring 2024 Issue
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Myerson Magazine Spring 2024 Issue

Discover a wealth of insights and legal expertise within the pages of the Myerson Magazine. We're also bringing you an interview with Kim Wilde, one of the headliners of The Brit Fest Festival. In this issue… Employment: Can I be made redundant...

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Contentious Probate & Will Disputes | 22 March 2024
Do I Have To Share My Inheritance In A Divorce?
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Do I Have To Share My Inheritance In A Divorce?

It is well-known that sorting out the finances on divorce can be a complicated and lengthy process. It involves unravelling financial situations created and intertwined over the course of a marriage, which can span decades in some cases. Often, it...

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Family Law | 11 March 2024
Stranger Danger: Co-Parenting & Associated Risks
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Stranger Danger: Co-Parenting & Associated Risks

Co-parenting websites provide a way for individuals to find a platonic partner to have a biological child. These websites are becoming increasingly popular; however, individuals seeking to embark on parenthood using this medium should be alert to...

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Family Law | 26 February 2024
Pension vs. The Family Home – Is It Ever a Fair Deal?
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Pension vs. The Family Home – Is It Ever a Fair Deal?

When parties go through separation, the number one priority is often housing. The stress of ensuring immediate housing needs are met can often result in parties overlooking the importance of pension assets. When considering finances on separation...

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Family Law | 12 February 2024
Can I Preserve My Family’s Wealth With a Prenuptial Agreement?
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Can I Preserve My Family’s Wealth With a Prenuptial Agreement?

If you are contemplating marriage or a civil partnership, entering into a prenuptial agreement is an effective mechanism to ensure your family wealth is ringfenced and preserved. A prenuptial agreement is a transparent contractual agreement which...

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Family Law | 29 January 2024
Financial Provisions for Unmarried Couples: Claims under Schedule 1 Children Act 1989
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Financial Provisions for Unmarried Couples: Claims under Schedule 1 Children Act 1989

Schedule 1 to the Children Act can be used to provide financial support for a child where the parents of a child have not been married or civil partners. In these circumstances, the Court does not have the wide powers it has on divorce or the...

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Family Law | 23 January 2024
What Am I Entitled to if I Divorce My Spouse?
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What Am I Entitled to if I Divorce My Spouse?

Financial obligations exist between married couples, which do not end automatically once the divorce process is complete. Accordingly, it is important to consider resolving finances on divorce .  If the parties can reach an agreement between...

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Family Law | 15 January 2024