This week, the 18 – 24 January 2021, marks family mediation week. The mediation process involves a couple working with normally one mediator, (but in some cases two mediators/co-mediators,) who encourages them to come to a solution that works for them both and their children (if applicable).
If December is "the season to be jolly" then January is most certainly its antithesis. A combination of depressing weather, short days and the return to work mean the first month of the new year is widely considered to be our unhappiest month...
As the 5 April deadline approaches Debbie Lumsden, private client director at VG, explores the top three considerations for clients and their advisors when contemplating settling an offshore trust as part of deemed domicile planning
News Team on 08/01/2021
Offshore law firm Collas Crill has extended its family law services in the Channel Islands as part of its private client offering with the appointment of new Guernsey-based partners Adrian Brown and Elizabeth Couch
News Team on 07/01/2021
“The increase in people representing themselves has contributed to the ‘clogging up’ of the family court system,” Katie Spooner, family law partner at Winckworth Sherwood, has warned
News Team on 06/01/2021
Irwin Mitchell’s family law team have secured permission to pursue an adoption order in difficult circumstances where it was questioned whether the application could proceed
News Team on 05/01/2021
The UK government confirmed the new rules surrounding divorces in England and Wales involving other European countries, which came into force after 31 December last year
In the UK, 44 percent of households own pets, and there are some 51 million pets - almost as many as people. According to research by the American Animal Hospital Association, 93 percent would risk their life for their pet, 86 percent include their pet in holiday celebrations, 67 percent take their pets on holiday, and 63 percent celebrate their pet’s birthday
News Team on 21/12/2020
The family courts saw 68,805 new cases started between July and September 2020. This is similar to the same quarter in 2019.
At 11 pm on 31 December 2020, the Brexit transition period will come to an end, and with it, the legislation which currently governs jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement in children and divorce cases in UK
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