Why the dinosaurs’ days are numbered in the current child support system

By Peter Jones, founder A senior judge’s call for parents with valuable homes to be forced to pay more child support highlights a loophole in the system which is criticised as being unfair and does not put children’s interests first. … Continue reading

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Countdown to new family laws: an overview of the Children and Families Bill

  Major legislation that will overhaul the family court system and have far reaching implications for divorcing couples has been given Royal Assent and will become law on April 22 this year.

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5 ways to divorce – what are the options?

By Peter Jones, Partner Marital breakdown may be a familiar term but for the people involved, a failed relationship is unique. Finding the right way to legally part can avoid further upset and secure the future for both parties, both … Continue reading

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