“Teenage Mental Health: Are We Taking it Seriously?” by Family Law in Partnership

April 4, 2019

Our thought leadership talk on Tuesday 26th March 2019 tackled the important topic of teenage mental health. NHS England online reports that one in four adults and one in ten children experience mental illness. Meanwhile, statistics from YoungMinds, a leading charity involved in young people’s mental health, tell us that roughly 3 children in every


Single Parents’ Day 2019!

March 21, 2019

21st March marks Single Parents’ Day, a day for recognising the dedication, hard work and sacrifices made by many single parents around the world. Separating parents will, in almost every case, say that their number one priority is to make sure their children (especially where there are very young children) are protected from the effects of


Do I need a Divorce?

March 14, 2019

In this blog Family Law in Partnership senior consultant Pamela Collis examines whether you need a divorce and what help is out there to guide you through your relationship difficulties. In the midst of all the heartache, upset and recriminations surrounding a relationship breakdown it may be hard to know whether what is happening is


Prenuptial agreements: What do I need to think about?

March 13, 2019

In this blog Family Law in Partnership senior consultant, Pamela Collis, considers the factors you may want to bear in mind before entering into a prenuptial or post nuptial agreement. Of course when we marry, we expect our relationships to be life-long but we also know that many marriages don’t last so long. The courts


The Family Court today – A view from the President’s Chambers

February 5, 2019

On 24th January 2019, the President of the Family Division the Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew McFarlane released his first ‘View’ of the situation in the Family Court and what is being done to address the problems faced by those who work in the family justice system. A system at the point of change Seen as


Foreign Pre-Nup, English Divorce? Who gets what?

January 4, 2019

It is not uncommon for international couples who marry abroad to have entered into a pre-nuptial agreement or a ‘matrimonial property regime’. Pre-nuptial agreements are commonplace in many countries which treat these documents as binding and legally enforceable agreements. But what happens when a foreign pre-nup finds its way to the English divorce courts? In this blog, Family Law


Parental Alienation: 5 ways to help a pushed out parent

January 2, 2019

In this blog Family Law in Partnership associate Nicole Phillips suggests ways in which a pushed out parent can tackle Parental Alienation caused by divorce or separation. For parents involved in high conflict disputes around children, parental alienation is a problem that features all too often.  Parental Alienation is the process, and the result, of psychological manipulation


Got engaged? Now for the pre-nup…

January 1, 2019

If you were lucky enough to get engaged over the Christmas period you are no doubt putting in place arrangements for your wedding. One thing that you might want to add to the list of Things to Do, is entering into a pre nuptial agreement (or a “pre-nup“). In this blog, Family Law in Partnership director


How do I get divorced?

December 27, 2018

When you take the decision that your marriage is sadly at an end, it can feel daunting contemplating the process of divorce. Even the word “divorce” can seem hugely emotive. This blog by Sarah Cloke of top London divorce lawyers Family Law in Partnership focuses on the divorce process and dispels some of the myths. Whilst we


Choosing a divorce lawyer – Family Law in Partnership’s approach

December 21, 2018

At Family Law in Partnership, we understand that divorce can be incredibly difficult. We want to help, and we pride ourselves in doing things differently. We have an award winning team of specialist family lawyers, arbitrators, mediators and family consultants. Whether you want someone with you every step of the way, or prefer advice as and when

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