Category: Family Law

Why it’s vital to ensure you have a valid Will and how Coronavirus has changed Will writing

Image of a man getting ready to sign his Will

Understandably, the pandemic has enforced a sense of urgency to ensure we protect our loved ones should the worst happen to us. This has resulted in a surge of people of all ages amending their Wills or making a Will for the first time, to ensure their affairs are in order and their loved ones are protected. In this blog, we explain why making a valid Will is important no matter what your age and how the pandemic has changed the way we work – which may continue into the future. 

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Schools and Separated Parenting

We are often asked questions about what schools can and can’t do from both parents’ points of view when they are separated but have children in the school.  Given that schools are such a big part of children’s lives they often become involved to some extent when families break up.

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Does Divorce Day Really Exist on January 7th?

Most family lawyers will tell you that there are increases in enquiries in January but that does not mean that the first working Monday is a day when there will be an abundance of new divorce proceedings issued.  This is often media hype and may not be the reality.

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