Recent Blog Articles

  • In today’s digital world, where children are increasingly tech-savvy, ensuring their privacy online is a crucial but challenging task for parents and guardians. Family Law Solicitor, Fiona Moffat, explores some of the latest statistics on protecting your children’s privacy online… It has been a significant worry over the last few years as to how children […]

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  • When purchasing a property, it is of importance that you know if you are buying a freehold property or a leasehold property, as they are rather different types of ownership. Freehold If you own the freehold of the property, you own the property and the land it stands on for an unlimited period. Freehold properties […]

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  • During a separation, deciding on child arrangements is a big decision and 50/50 shared care is an increasingly common option. But is it the right choice for your family? When parents separate, the presumption when applications are made to the Family Court concerning living and contact arrangements for children, is that unless the contrary is […]

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  • Adrian Rose

    Recently published statistics show a decline in the number of divorces being dealt with in the Family Courts. This is despite an increase that was expected when ‘no fault’ divorce came into effect in April 2022. Between October and December 2023 there were 23,517 divorce applications under the ‘no fault’ law (75% from sole applicants, […]

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  • Meslissa Knight Blog

    A child protection conference is a meeting arranged by social services when they are worried about a child’s safety and wellbeing. This is a multi-agency meeting and all professionals involved with the child may be invited to provide their views including the social worker, school, health visitor and the police. The meeting will be arranged […]

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