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  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    The impacts of F v F
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    The case of F v F itself involved whether or not an agreement made during marriage was valid; here a father sought to materialise the mother’s agreement during the marriage that both children should have the MMR vaccination.   After separation the mother refused consent to the children being vaccinated. Notably the Cafcass report identified… Learn more

  • EHL Wills Team
    New Year Resolutions
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    During the Christmas and New Year Celebrations many of us will have committed to a Resolution. Shed a few pounds and book a nice holiday will no doubt feature amongst the most popular. Perhaps it is time add one more resolution to the list “Planning for those we Love”. Whilst the subject of Wills and… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Blue Monday – The most depressing day of the year for your employees
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    Today has been dubbed blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year. If your employees aren’t applying for divorce or weighing up their overdrafts they may well be considering a change in career. Traditionally blue Monday sees a large number of employees take the decision to change profession or job in pursuit of pastures… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    Asset Protection and businesses on divorce
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    They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure…… And a recent case has illustrated this in no uncertain terms!! We have put together a business protection package designed, as far as possible, to protect family property, especially businesses, from the destructive effects of divorce. I wonder how much these parties… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    Bankruptcy and Divorce
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    Bankruptcy can have a substantial effect on matrimonial settlements and can break them. Debt is a major cause of divorce and if bankruptcy follows and it is a genuine bankruptcy then the Trustee of whoever has gone bankrupt takes over their position and the powers of the Court to do with the finances and the… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Can my ex sue me after years apart?
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    There is no limitation period for family finance claims so the short answer is “yes”. Fortunately that’s not the end of it as the courts have used their powers to prevent  claims years after the divorce. The best advice is always to get a clean break agreement at the time of the divorce and that… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    School Holidays – The kids may love them but what about the parents?
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    A new study suggests that whilst the children were enjoying the lack of school and the freedom to play in the sun or rain, the summer holidays are placing more strain on parents’ marriages than any other time in the year. Financial stress on top of the necessity to balance work and childcare during the… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    Can you get divorced in England?
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    Modern laws in the European Union make it easy for members of other nations states to live in the UK, this together with marrying abroad becoming more common leads to many separating couples unsure which countries court they need to file for divorce in.   It does not matter which country you get married in,… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    Divorce rising amongst the over 60s
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    The Office for National Statistics has released information claiming that the number of over 60s getting a divorce in England and Wales has been on the increase since the 1990s. The number of people getting a divorce however has gradually been falling since the 1990s overall, yet the over 60s sector of divorces has been… Learn more

  • Faye Williamson - Family Law
    Matrimonial Finances – True or false quiz
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    Contemplating divorce or separation and are unsure what is right and wrong about the rumours you have heard about separating your finances. Take this short true of false quiz and see what you really know.     Q 1  After my marriage is dissolved my ex-spouse will have no claim on my finances        True      … Learn more

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