New No Fault Divorce Law Aims to End the Blame Game

   Divorce is a distressing and often messy procedure. The UK’s divorce laws don’t make that any easier, requiring proof of a marriage breaking down which often leads to blame or fault for one party.Thankfully, that could be about to change. Read on as we take a closer look at the advent of ‘no fault’ divorce.The […]

Surrogacy in the UK

    Surrogacy is where a child is carried through pregnancy by a woman who has entered into an arrangement with the intention that, at birth, the child and parental responsibility for it will be transferred to another person or persons who will become the legal parents of the child. The woman who carries the […]

Covid-19 and Child Arrangements

    A Child Arrangements Order is an order that regulates with whom a child is to live, spend time or otherwise have contact with any person. Each Child Arrangements Order is decided on the circumstances of the individual family and on what is in the best interests of that particular child. We have been […]

Covid-19 – Divorce and Separation

    The current policy of isolation has for the majority shrunk our social circle down to our immediate family in our primary homes. The Government has been very scathing towards the few that have been flouting the ‘stay at home, save lives’ rule and the resignation of Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer makes clear that […]

What to Consider in a Financial Settlement

After a period of being in a marriage or partnership, no matter the length of time, it’s perfectly natural for finances to become intertwined and you become used to being linked with your spouse or partner. This means that when working out finances, it becomes second nature to account for both incomes and assets. It […]