Pensions on Divorce – final report awaited

April 19, 2019

The Pension Advisory Group, of which Family Law in Partnership head of mediation Dominic Raeside is a member, expects to publish its final guide on pensions on divorce on 30th June 2019. The issues surrounding the treatment of pensions on divorce are complex and there is scant guidance from case law. The Pension Advisory Group

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Family Law in Partnership featured in today’s Times

April 4, 2019

We are delighted that Family Law in Partnership has featured in today’s Times Law Diary. In a piece entitled “Family Wars: Right Mentality” Edward Fennell of the Times highlighted the thought leadership talk “Teenage Mental Health: Are We Taking It Seriously?” which we hosted in London last week. We launched our thought leadership talks in

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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

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Jo Harrison appears on ITV This Morning’s Relationship Special (9th January 2019)

January 10, 2019

Family Law in Partnership counsellor and family consultant Jo Harrison featured on ITV This Morning’s Relationship Special yesterday (09 January 2019). Jo joined Deidre Sanders and a team of counsellors helping callers dealing with relationship difficulties. A clip of the show can be viewed here: Jo is an experienced relationship counsellor, family consultant and former family lawyer.

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FLiP launches innovative AI product for clients

January 9, 2019

Leading London-based family law firm Family Law in Partnership is delighted to announce that it has launched Settify, an online system that uses Artificial Intelligence to interact with clients in real time. Settify allows clients to outline their matter and provide their relationship history via their phone, tablet or computer and immediately receive personalised, bespoke

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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

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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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Reducing conflict for couples and families during divorce

December 20, 2018

At Family Law in Partnership our aim is to make the family change experience better so our clients can successfully move forward with their lives following divorce or separation. We do this by: Putting clients at the centre, enabling them to make fully informed, future-focused choices between options and delivering on them. Providing tailor-made solutions

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Our Christmas opening hours

December 19, 2018

Our office will be closed from 6pm on Friday 21st December 2018 and will reopen at 9am on Wednesday 2nd January 2019. If you would like to get in touch with us during this time, please call our switchboard on +44 (0)20 7420 5000 or email us at and we will get back to you. Season’s

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Coping with relationship issues over the festive period

December 17, 2018

It is not uncommon for relationship issues to surface around the festive period. When couples are experiencing difficulties and strains on their relationship, they may start to ask themselves: ‘Will this be our last Christmas together? How do I get through the Christmas holidays? What will happen in the New Year?’ Putting on a brave

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