Family, Care and Divorce

  • Meslissa Knight Blog

    ‘What is Legal Aid and am I eligible?’ Family Law Solicitor Melissa Knight discusses in her latest blog… Can I Get Free Legal Advice When My Child Has Social Work Involvement? You may have heard of the terms ‘legal aid’ or ‘public funding’. The rules in respect of who will be eligible for legal aid […]

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  • Leonnie watson blog

    In her latest Timms blog, Family Law Solicitor, Leonnie Watson, discusses how long the divorce process takes under the new ‘No Fault’ Law… As most people now know, the divorce law changed in 2022. The change now allows couples to end their marriage or civil partnership without having to blame each other for the breakdown […]

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  • In her latest blog, Family Law Solicitor Jessica Barnett discusses Divorce and The Matrimonial Home… Do I Have Any Financial Claims Against The Property? Financial settlements after a divorce are all based on individual circumstances. The property that you last lived in together as a married couple is the matrimonial home. It is often the […]

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  • ‘When Is The Best Time To Deal With A Financial Settlement?’ Family Law Solicitor, Jessica Barnett, discusses this along with some frequently asked questions in her latest blog… I’ve Recently Separated From My Spouse – What Do I Do Now? Usually, the three main issues that need to be dealt with after you have separated […]

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  • Not everyone wants a divorce. In her latest blog, Jessica Barnett discusses whether you need to apply for a divorce to have a final settlement of the financial side of your marriage… There are various reasons why couples may not want to actually get divorced, even though they have accepted that their marriage has broken […]

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  • Leonnie watson blog

    In her latest Timms Blog, Family Law Solicitor, Leonnie Watson, discusses separation and seeing your children…. The end of a relationship is never easy even if you are on speaking terms. When you have children together it can be even harder. Sometimes parents simply can’t agree on the arrangements for the children, at other times […]

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  • Adrian Rose Timms Family & Care - Blog

    Family Law Solicitor, Adrian Rose, shares some of his most frequently asked divorce and family law questions…. In talking to clients over the years, I am often asked a number of questions that begin “what if…”. I thought that it might be useful to share some of these. What If I Want A Divorce But […]

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  • Adrian Rose

    “How Are Pensions Treated On Divorce?” Family Law Solicitor Adrian Rose discusses in his latest Timms Blog… Pensions can sometimes be the biggest asset of the marriage. Studies have consistently found that sometimes they are ignored and often without an understanding the consequences of doing so. This can result in unfairness later in life and, […]

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  • Adrian Rose

    Divorce, Separation And Child Arrangements – ‘Do I Have To Go To Court?’ Timms Family Law Solicitor Adrian Rose discusses in his latest blog… The short answer to the question is “no”! There is a common misunderstanding that when parents separate, they have to go to Court to make arrangements for where their children live […]

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  • Leonnie watson blog

    Many people refer to unmarried couples living together as common law spouses – otherwise known as cohabitants. There is no single, legal, definition of cohabitation but broadly speaking, cohabitants are considered to be people who live together as a couple or as partners in a romantic relationship. Cohabitation is a lot more common for many […]

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