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National family law firm Woolley & Co delighted to support new book for separating parents

By Woolley & Co, on Wednesday January 30, 2019 at 12:25pm

101 Questions Answered About Separating with Children.

With legal aid drastically cut back, Woolley & Co are delighted to be supporting a national, not-for-profit social enterprise working to provide accessible support to families through the difficulties of separation and divorce.Woolley & Co are delighted to have contributed to 101 Questions Answered About Separating with Children, a new book launched on 30th January 2019 to help separating parents keep their children’s best interests first. Woolley & Co are a long-term supporter of the social enterprise OnlyMums &...

Brexit fears affecting Cornish couples’ approach to divorce

By Woolley & Co, on Tuesday January 29, 2019 at 10:59am

Cornwall family lawyer Mala Mandalia.

Increasing numbers of Cornish couples in crisis are seeking to divorce more amicably to reduce the costs of their separation amid money worries and the uncertainty of Brexit.

Independent Legal Guide Singles Out 13 Woolley & Co Lawyers For Praise

By Woolley & Co, on Tuesday October 30, 2018 at 3:17pm

Celebration balloons.

Family law specialists Woolley & Co, solicitors has further cemented its place as a leading UK family law firm with recognition for thirteen of its lawyers in the newly published Legal 500 directory.

The Legal 500 is the leading independent guide for the legal profession and Woolley & Co is listed as a Leading Firm for Family Law in five areas of the country: East Anglia, East Midlands, South East, Wales and the West Midlands.

Lawyers work with teens to help families through divorce

By Woolley & Co, on Wednesday October 24, 2018 at 9:37am

voices in the middle teenager.

A new guide to help parents talk to their teenagers about divorce has been pulled together by a pioneering charity and a family law specialist.

Woolley & Co has helped fund the project with Voices in the Middle, part of The Family Initiative charity, and joined with a group of young volunteers to look at what is important to them to know in the event of parents splitting up and how the topics should be approached.

Sex on top – but domestic violence increasingly cause for divorce

By Woolley & Co, on Tuesday August 7, 2018 at 9:53am

Sex on top – but domestic violence increasingly cause for divorce.


Sex remains the most common reason for divorce in the UK in one form or another – though “power” is increasingly cited as a key factor, according to new research.

Ten years after its initial survey of lawyers around reasons for divorce showed sex played a part in 43 per cent of unreasonable behaviour petitions filed by Woolley & Co, Solicitors, repeated the exercise to see how times have changed.

 

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