The Ministry of Justice have announced that new divorce legislation will be introduced, " as soon as Parliamentary time allows." The Family team at Holmes & Hills welcome this news. The changes will allow parties to divorce without blame. There will no longer be any need to raise allegations of adultery or unreasonable behaviour. Instead, you will be able to simply state that there has been an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage.
Carol Toulson, Partner & Head of Family Team discuses the role of a Pre-Nuptial Agreement in marriage.
Family Law Solicitor, Rosalyn Kinsley discusses how parents that are separated can ensure they still have access to their children during the festive period.
Holmes & Hills’ team of Family Law Solicitors have for the first time been recognised by the Legal 500 for their expertise across a range of private law matters, including children and financial proceedings, criminal behaviour, mental health aspects and actions by police and social services across the Essex region.
Lauren Howard, Family Law Solicitor, discusses a recent high profile Family Law case which adds weight to the argument for 'no-fault divorce'.
Rosalyn Kinsley, Family Law Solicitor at Holmes & Hills discusses spousal maintenance and the situations in which this may apply.
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