It is often said that this time of year is the busiest time for divorce lawyers. However, this really is not the case. Before people move on from each other, there are so many factors to consider, whether emotionally, financially, or both. A few arguments over...
Depending on how long you have been together, it is highly likely you will have accumulated some assets. It is essential that you get organized and make a list of what assets you have, together with the overall household income and liabilities/expenditure. Your...
LawSpot Colin Mitchell Family Solicitor and Collaborative Family Lawyer Contact Us Call Me Back FollowFollowFollow Money Matters on Divorce – ‘Clean Break’ & Other Options Getting divorced is relatively straight forward, although at best the divorce process...
LawSpot Family Law and Jurisdiction Whatever the outcome of Brexit, what has been highlighted are the international legal issues affecting families who are spread across different countries, including the UK, EU and beyond. These are issues concerning ‘jurisdiction’...
Our News Living together? What every unmarried couple need to know. Accordingly to the Office of National Statistics, there are approximately 3.3 million unmarried couples living together in the UK. That is 1 family in 5! This is the fastest-growing ‘family type’ over...
LawSpot No Fault Divorce – An Update The need for a no fault divorce has recently hit the headlines. With the failed attempt by Mrs Tina Owens to divorce her husband, and more recently the Ministry of Justice having started a public consultation on options for...
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