For many separated parents, it can be an emotional time negotiating parenting arrangements for special occasion and Christmas Day is no exception. If you are yet to make time spending arrangements for Christmas Day, now is the time to act.
How work experience has effected me and can effect you. On the 29th of May, as a year ten student of just 15 years, I began my four-day placement with William’s Barristers and Solicitors. I did so to transition into the legal practice by broadening my knowledge and gaining contacts in the industry. Having an… Read more »
It may seem like the exception to the rule but there are many couples these days that manage to separate amicably. The tricky part is ensuring that the agreement reached represents a fair division of the assets so that it can be legally formalized by the court. If you have been in a relationship for… Read more »
Christmas is fast approaching and for some this will be the first Christmas post separation. In these circumstances, discussing parenting arrangements at an early stage is crucial. For newly separated parents, deciding how much time the children spend with each parent over the Christmas period can be a cause for great tension. As with any dispute, the… Read more »
Having a properly drafted Binding Financial Agreement (or BFA) can be an effective way for a de-facto or married couple to determine how their assets will be divided in the event of a separation. Binding Financial Agreements can be entered into prior to the commencement of the relationship, during the period of the relationship, or… Read more »