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Family Law Blog

Comment on divorce & family law 

Keeping divorce costs down

By Sian Winter, on Wednesday April 1, 2015 at 1:50pm

Controlling divorce costs.

Divorce costs often hit the headlines when we learn that multi-millionaires have spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on their divorce. The media regularly make claims about the average divorce cost – including a piece in The Telegraph claiming the average divorcing couple spend £44,000 on their separation. The reality is normally somewhat different certainly for the ‘average couple’, whatever that means. 

Divorce settlements that stick

By Davina Warrington, on Wednesday March 25, 2015 at 2:00pm

Form E financial settlement.

Agreeing the content of a divorce settlement can often be a challenge and it’s our job as family law solicitors to make sure that our clients come to a financial agreement that serves their interests and is agreed by the other party. To do this it’s important to have full disclosure from both parties and establish the real value of all the matrimonial assets.

Are divorce lawyers sexist?

By Kimberley Bailey, on Wednesday March 18, 2015 at 1:50pm

Are divorce lawyers sexist.

Is it possible for divorce lawyers to give gender neutral legal advice? Or are we ‘sexist’ because we often deal with clearly defined roles within a marriage?

Vince v Wyatt case shows consent orders are essential

By Abby Smith, on Thursday March 12, 2015 at 1:30pm

vince v wyatt - importance of consent orders.

Divorce does not bring an end to any financial claims between a married couple – as has been amply demonstrated in the recently reported case of Vince v Wyatt.

A parent is still a parent even after divorce or separation

By Kathryn McTaggart, on Wednesday March 11, 2015 at 3:08pm

A parent is still a parent even after divorce or separation.

Single parents, absent fathers, parent with care. What’s in a name?

I am often surprised at how people expect their status as a parent to change, simply because their relationship status does. Being a partner and a spouse is something that can cease or change depending on the choice of one or both parties. Parenthood is, of course, for life.

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