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Law Surrounding Divorce

Law Surrounding Divorce

Current divorce process: Divorce law in England and Wales is governed by The Matrimonial Clauses Act 1973. In order to be granted a divorce in England or Wales, the court needs to be persuaded that the marriage has broken down irretrievably, to a point where it cannot...

What is a Cohabitation Agreement and do I need one?

What is a Cohabitation Agreement and do I need one?

There is a recent trend of more and more couples choosing to live together before seeking to enter into a civil partnership or having their relationship legally recognised through marriage. This is known as cohabitation and it has grown to be the second largest family...

London Family Solicitor welcomes Moghda Qadery

London Family Solicitor welcomes Moghda Qadery

London Family Solicitor welcomes Moghda Qadery to the team who has joined as a Family Paralegal. She has recently graduated from the University of Law, with First Class Honours. During her free time, she serves as a tutor for law students and is an aspiring barrister,...

Family Mediation Online

Family Mediation Online

At London Family Solicitor we have been mediating online before COVID-19 happened and now we are currently mediating online with all our mediation clients. The positives of mediating online: During COVID-19 this is the safest way to ensure clients can mediate by...

CORONAVIRUS: What it means for Family law firms

CORONAVIRUS: What it means for Family law firms

On 23 March 2020, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a national lockdown ordering people to stay at home except for a limited set of purposes. It was announced that these measures are in place for at least three weeks and they will be reviewed afterwards, where...

Children Mediation Example

Children Mediation Example

A lot of my children mediation clients now have an international element to their situation. I have worked with families where they have relocated with the children to America, Australia and Asia after the separation or divorce. In these types of situations, it was...

Family Mediation Financial Example

Family Mediation Financial Example

A married couple came to mediation as they had spent tens of thousands of pounds on legal fees and Court hearings costs and wanted to avoid the further legal costs of a final hearing. In this case they had multiple properties. The properties had already been valued,...

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