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  • EHL Family Law Team
    What do the changes to child maintanence mean for you and your children?
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      In December 2012 there were changes made to the definition of a qualifying child. A qualifying child is a child that maintenance must be paid for. Previously to December 2012 a qualifying child was one who was under 16, or under 19 and still in full time education (not higher than A-level equivalent). The… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Separation Problems – What do we do about the house?
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    What do we do about the House? For many people the problem of the matrimonial home following separation seems almost insurmountable.  Mortgages that people often struggle to pay whilst living as a couple surely cannot be afforded following separation?  This is  not necessarily the case.  The Benefits System is undergoing considerable changes at the moment… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Separation Problems
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    “What are we going to do about the Children?” One of the things that many people agonize about, even when they are living in unhappy relationships, is the effect the separation will have on the children. No one is easily going to be persuaded that separations are not difficult for children.  It is equally the… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Your quick guide to Child Maintenace – what you need to know
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    The court does not have jurisdiction when it comes to child maintenance. If you have a problem obtaining child maintenance from the non-resident parent (the parent your child does not live with), it is constantly late or never enough, then the Child Support Agency (CSA) is the body you need to contact.   The CSA… Learn more

  • Romance in Britain – it’s a dog’s life
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      One of the most contentious aspects of separation – particularly of divorce, where many of your possessions are jointly owned in the eyes of the law – is the division of assets. You might find it fairly easy to divide up your CD and DVD collection (he takes Die Hard 4.0, she keeps Failure… Learn more

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