Divorce And Family Articles
ONS Annual Divorce Statistics. 'Unreasonable Behaviour' most popular grounds for divorce last year for opposite-sex couples. Same sex divorce nearly doubled.
According to the Government's recent Family Law Statistics, during coronavirus, hearings have been delayed at the Family courts and fewer cases are being heard. This means family and divorce cases are taking far longer to conclude. Emma Piff describes the impact...
The pandemic has caused huge delays at the family courts with a reduction in the number of divorce cases being progressed, subsequently, there is a huge increase in digital divorce applications being made. Official stats released show the shift change...
What should you do if your wedding is delayed due to Coronavirus? Should you have a pre-nupt clause?
Family law solicitor, Sarah Townsend, shares some of the questions she's often asked by clients. See our YouTube latest video on Divorce !
The current coronavirus crisis and the problems that the family courts are suffering in that minimal court hearings are taking place, means that reaching a solution through the court process is even slower.
Our family law team has seen an increase in recent weeks in requests for separated families to adopt an equal sharing of child care arrangements.
At Lawson-West Solicitors, we look at some of the recent Coronavirus surveys and statistics surrounding family issues and the impact of Lockdown on family life.
Thinking you know the law is a dangerous thing. Misconceptions can be shared between family members and friends leaving you with the wrong answers and the wrong approach.
When your relationship has broken down and you are contemplating splitting-up, or even divorce, there are 5 steps to help focus on what's important
The long-awaited Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill concluded its passage through the House of Commons on 17 June this week, but implementation is not expected until autumn 2021.
The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill [nicknamed the No-Fault Divorce Bill] is due to start its Second Reading today Monday 8th June
Can I still get divorced during the Coronavirus pandemic? Yes.
This articles outlines your options when your spouse ignores the divorce petition and refuses to return the 'acknowledgment of service form'.
Following this week’s announcement regarding school closures teamed with the need for social distancing and isolation, family lawyers are being asked how best to manage arrangements for children with separated parents.