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Family Law Blog : February 2016

Comment on divorce & family law 

5 questions to ask before agreeing a financial settlement

Divorce financial settlement – 5 key questions.

If you are facing the prospect of a divorce or separation one area that is likely to be of considerable concern to you is the financial side of things. In short are you going to be able to manage independently from your ex?

So, what are the top 5 financial questions to consider before you sign on the dotted line?

Challenges for grandparents who lose touch with their grandchildren

Grandparents’ rights and special guardianship orders.

Grandparents usually have a positive influential role to play in the lives of their grandchildren, teaching them things their parents can’t from the generation before, helping children understand the dynamics of their family history, as well as the fun stuff of baking or playing with train sets.

STOP before signing your divorce papers

Stop before signing your divorce papers.

With the Government pushing more and more people towards doing their own divorce (at least that’s how I think the government website reads) and more and more companies claiming to offer a cheap online divorce service I think it’s essential that you understand the implications of some of the paperwork and questions you are asked when you are a respondent in a divorce.

How to save time and money on your divorce

Money and time saved.

Getting divorced (or un-coupling as some celebs like to refer to it as), does not have to be either an expensive or lengthy exercise. I have been practising as a family lawyer for nearly 20 years so feel fairly confident that I have the experience and expertise to pass on some useful tips to help you save time and money if you are contemplating divorce.

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