Do we really need a Court Order when my ex and I have agreed our finances?

If you do not have a Final Financial Order approved by the Court, there is always a risk that your ex can make a claim against you.
05/05/2017/by Law and Advocacy

“Trapped in a loveless marriage”

The current state of divorce law exposes the risk that those seeking a divorce feel obliged to outline stronger, more challenging allegations in their divorce petitions.
13/04/2017/by Law and Advocacy

A Fair Trial and DIY Law

Government statistics for the period from April to June 2016 show that more than a third of cases in the Family Court have no legal representative for either party.
24/11/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Violent crimes against women in England and Wales reach record high

The number of prosecutions relating to violence against women and girls in England and Wales reached a record level in 2015.
01/10/2016/by Law and Advocacy

What is domestic abuse?

Domestic Abuse is not just physical abuse. It can also include coercive behaviour and isolating people as well as financial abuse.
29/09/2016/by Law and Advocacy

What are care proceedings?

A Local Authority has a duty to intervene and start Child Care Proceedings if they become aware that that a child may be at risk.
07/09/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Must I report my abuser to the police before I can get a protective injunction?

If you have not reported an incident of domestic abuse, then we can advise you as to how to proceed.
01/08/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Frequently Asked Questions

Your questions answered regarding divorce, children, finances, unmarried couples and mediation.
09/06/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Enforcement of a Financial Order

Enforcement is primarily a matter of returning to Court once there has been some breach of the agreement made in the original financial order.
09/06/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Lessons on how to Enforce Payment of a Debt under a Court Order

This case concerns the lessons that can be learned from a procedure that is used to enforce the payment of a debt under a court order.
09/06/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Civil Partnership v Marriage

Since the introduction of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013 it has been possible for same sex couples to marry or convert their civil partnership into a marriage.
26/05/2016/by Law and Advocacy

Can I get Legal Aid?

Legal Aid is a payment from public funds available to help meet the cost of legal advice and representation in Court.
26/05/2016/by Law and Advocacy
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