Opposite-sex Civil Partnerships- do we have a break through?
There are over 3 million opposite-sex couples that cohabit but chose not to marry and so do not have the legal protection that married couples or civil partners have. At present, same-sex couples have the option to formalise their relationship by either entering into a civil partnership or getting married, whereas opposite-sex couples can only… Read MoreFind out more
Dealing with Pensions on Divorce
Pensions are usually the largest asset of the marriage and should not be ignored. Divorcing spouses are often unaware of their rights and how they should deal with the split of pension assets in a fair and reasonable way. The Pension Advisory Group For 20 years, Pension Sharing Orders have been available. The complexities of… Read MoreFind out more
Steps to Achieving an Amicable Divorce
Deciding to divorce or have your civil partnership dissolved is often one of the biggest decisions you will make in your life. Having taken the very first step in what can be a long and sometimes bumpy process, you may ask…what next? Here, we look at the practical steps you can take to try and… Read MoreFind out more
Moving house – 5 FAQ’s
Throughout the course of the conveyancing process, there are a number of different procedures to be followed and stages to go through, each of which comes with terminology. To those unfamiliar with the process, understanding what is involved can quickly become confusing. The last thing we want is for clients to be unaware about what… Read MoreFind out more