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  • Elizabeth Ince - Wills and Probate
    Consent Orders: securing a financial “clean break” following a relationship breakdown.
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    Separated parties still continue to put themselves at risk of future claims against their assets and livelihood despite there being a simple solution…consent orders. Glen Briers, the founder of popular brand Lambretta, recently had to part with £2.7 million ten years after his divorce from his ex-wife. The reason for this was because they made… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Divorce and Financial Settlements
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    Divorce is the legal ending of a marriage, and for many people it is also necessary to separate financial arrangements.  Divorce itself does not necessarily deal with the financial position – if you want to have a “clean break” then finances need to be agreed upon separately. Separation of assets can be a straightforward, if… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Dividing finances during divorce
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    The breakdown of a relationship is never an easy time, whether it ends in arguments, sadness or you remain friends. However, when you decide you are ready to end your marriage there are practical issues to be considered. A marriage is a lifetime contract, so leaving it is not necessarily easy, and one of the… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    How long does the divorce process take? [Video]
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    Experienced solicitor and mediator Pramila Meghani explains how long the divorce process takes in this short video below:

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Why Divorce takes so long
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    The Divorce process does not need to take long.               If both parties agree and cooperate with the process, the marriage can be ended within 4-6 months. In majority of cases it is not even necessary to attend court.  It can all be dealt with by submission of papers… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    What is a Maintenance Pending Suit?
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    Where you have issued a Petition for Nullity or Judicial Separation the court may order one spouse to pay maintenance to the other at such an amount or for such a term (not earlier than the issue of the petition or later than the pronouncement of decree absolute) as the court thinks reasonable.   This… Learn more


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