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An Introduction to Succession - Private Wealth Seminar
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22

An Introduction to Succession - Private Wealth Seminar

Join us at our upcoming Private Wealth seminar, ' An Introduction to Succession '. Our expert Wealth team will guide you through the key things you need to think about to secure a strong succession for your business and how to best manage...

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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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4 minutes reading time
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
How Can My Spouse Be Provided for Without Causing Damage to the Farming Enterprise?
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How Can My Spouse Be Provided for Without Causing Damage to the Farming Enterprise?

The division of a farm on divorce can be a highly complex and sensitive matter. The court is often faced with a dilemma in weighing up the need to provide for the non-farming spouse fairly on divorce whilst preventing irreversible damage to the...

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Agriculture | 08 January 2024
Starting Divorce Proceedings: What Is Required?
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Starting Divorce Proceedings: What Is Required?

Making the decision to get a divorce can be a particularly emotional and stressful time in someone’s life. However, the process of getting a divorce does not need to be complicated, especially with the use of the services of a specialist family...

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Family Law | 02 January 2024
DIY Divorce: The Cost & Process of Divorcing Without a Solicitor
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DIY Divorce: The Cost & Process of Divorcing Without a Solicitor

Changes to the procedure for applying for a divorce in England and Wales mean that all divorces are now applied for online, and as a result, more people are starting to apply for their divorces, often to try and circumvent the legal fees of...

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Family Law | 19 December 2023
Divorce Considerations Around Christmas Time
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Divorce Considerations Around Christmas Time

For many separating couples, deciding to apply for a divorce is not an easy step, and our Family lawyers understand that Christmas can be a difficult time if you are considering separating.  How do you initiate a divorce? The introduction of...

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Family Law | 11 December 2023
Can I Travel with My Kids at Christmas Without the Other Parent's Consent, or Is It Abduction?
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Can I Travel with My Kids at Christmas Without the Other Parent's Consent, or Is It Abduction?

You may be planning to take your children away over the Christmas period to visit friends and family who do not live close by or to have a festive holiday. If this is your plan, you need to be aware of the legal requirements in relation to...

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Family Law | 04 December 2023
Resolution Awareness Week: Mythbusting Common Law Marriage
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Resolution Awareness Week: Mythbusting Common Law Marriage

Resolution is a group of family law professionals who are committed to promoting a constructive approach to family issues that consider the needs of the whole family. The annual Resolution Awareness Week takes place in the last week of November...

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Family Law | 27 November 2023
I Can’t See My Children at Christmas – What Should I Do?
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I Can’t See My Children at Christmas – What Should I Do?

The festive period is a time for families to come together. However, child contact arrangements over Christmas can be difficult to navigate for parents who have separated, particularly in reaching an agreement as to who spends time with the...

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Family Law | 13 November 2023
Debunking the Spousal Maintenance Myth: A Clearer Perspective
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Debunking the Spousal Maintenance Myth: A Clearer Perspective

There is a popular misconception that the payer needs to pay spousal maintenance pursuant to a joint lives order until the death, remarriage or cohabitation of his or her ex-spouse. Historically, joint lives orders were made to protect the...

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Family Law | 30 October 2023