Family Law

How are businesses affected by divorce? | Family Law

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In divorce cases the presence of a business will often cause a great deal of concern and anxiety not just for the business owner but also for their spouse.  It is unsurprising that this can lead to confusion and therefore disagreement when dividing the marital assets. Many people believe that if their spouse has not…

No Fault Divorce – Will this happen in 2020? Family Law

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The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill proposing that the current law should be changed, to allow for a provision for no fault divorce, has now passed it’s second reading in the House of Commons.  As the bill is now in its last stages, with amendments to be discussed between the House of Lords and House…

Are Court Hearings still going ahead? Family Law

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The recent outbreak has lead to a great number of changes for almost everyone, affecting all aspects of our daily lives.  The Courts are no exception to this and have had to adapt to the current guidelines produced by the Government. Currently in the family courts, Hearings are still going ahead where possible.  Given the…

How are marital assets divided in Divorce? | Family Law

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The answer to this question is often ‘with great difficulty’.  However it does not have to be difficult but it is often a very complex task made more difficult by several factors such as the amount of wealth, high, medium or low, the complexity of the marital assets and by the respective positions adopted by…

What does Coronavirus mean for my divorce? | Family Law

Couples hands with divorce agreement on the table

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it much uncertainty, the likes of which have not been seen in many of our lifetimes. For those considering a divorce, or already in the process, it is a difficult time and many will be concerned about the impact on the Family Courts. For those considering a divorce, it…

Warning to parents using ‘lockdown excuse’ in custody battles

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A top judge has warned that separated mums and dads should not exploit lockdown rules in fights over contact with their children. Sir Andrew McFarlane, head of the family courts in England and Wales, said parents trying to use Covid-19 guidance to prevent an ex-partner from seeing their child could face court action. Shane Miller,…

Thursfields’ lawyer volunteers to support well-being centre | Charity law

A lawyer at Thursfields Solicitors is reaching out to vulnerable and isolated people in her spare time during COVID-19 via a charity the company works with in Worcestershire. Lorna Tipple, an associate director in the Family Law department at Thursfields’ Kidderminster office, is planning the corporate social responsibility (CSR) work with the Simply Limitless Wellbeing…

Family Matters – Emergency Remedies | Family Law

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Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus/COVID-19, the whole nation is compelled to stay at home wherever possible.  This will cause concern to those that feel vulnerable at home through domestic abuse or a relationship breakdown.  During this time the Family Courts and the family team at Thursfields remain operational to assist you if you need…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Child Arrangements | Family Law

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Life has changed for all of us – the current situation could never have been envisaged even 10 days ago.  The Coronavirus pandemic has affected all areas of our life. With schools closed and now a lock-down, parents need to communicate and work together responsibly and act in the best interests of their children.  This…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Maintaining good relationships | Family Law

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The recent outbreak has lead to a great number of changes for almost everyone, affecting all aspects of our daily lives.  For many people, the current circumstances are causing high levels of stress, anxiety and money worries.  Put together with also having to work from home, self isolate or social distance, this can put our…

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