Department: Family Law
Are pre-nuptial agreements legally binding?
While pre-nuptial agreements are not legally binding in England, judges are giving increasing weight to what has been agreed and frequently upFamily Law
Do DIY divorces work?
DIY divorce is much-talked about as a way of driving down the cost of divorce and avoiding acrimonious and expensive court proceedings.Family Law
Are assets split 50/50 if you divorce?
The starting point on divorce is that a couple’s assets are split equally. The court will then consider other factors under the Matrimonial CaFamily Law
Are prenuptial and cohabitation agreements worthwhile?
Yes, if you are planning to get married, enter a civil partnership or move in with your partner, it might be wise to protect your assets and eFamily Law
Will getting divorced affect my business interests?
Commercial interests and overseas assets can generally be taken into account as ‘matrimonial assets’. The first step would be to value the busFamily Law
How are finances and property divided on divorce?
As well as savings and property, you will also need to consider on-going spousal maintenance and pension provision.Family Law
What happens with the arrangements for my children on separation?
If a couple split up, a child’s parents can apply to a court for child custody (the primary right of one parent to have the child live with thFamily Law
How much does it cost to get a divorce?
There are mandatory court fees to pay, which are currently £550. Legal costs depend on the complexity of your case, for example, whether you n