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    News Category: Family

    • 30 November 2020

      What is a ‘Good Divorce’?

      This week, 30th November to 4th December 2020, marks Resolution’s Annual “Good Divorce” week but is there such a thing as a ‘Good Divorce’ and what does the term actually mean? Read more

    • 27 November 2020

      Good Divorce Week 2020

      30th November to 4th December 2020 marks Resolution’s annual ‘Good Divorce’ week. Each year, the raising awareness week has a different focus. This year, the focus is on Resolution’s Code of Practice. Read more

    • 23 November 2020

      Christmas is coming – Family Law: time to get organised before it is too late.

      Coronavirus has had an enormous impact on everyone’s daily lives and Christmas this year is likely to be very different to those we have enjoyed in the past.  Children will still be excited and separated parents will have the challenge of not only agreeing arrangements for their children but also complying with ever-changing Government guidelines. Read more

    • 11 November 2020

      Emerald Priscott joins Steeles Law

      Steeles Law is delighted to introduce Emerald Priscott as their new Family and Contested Probate Solicitor.  Emerald joins Steeles from a well-established Legal 500 ranked Norwich law firm and is highly regarded in the legal field. Read more

    • 21 October 2020

      Amending a Child Arrangement Order: Family Law Q&A

      A Child Arrangements Order commonly deals with residence and contact; equally, it can address more specific issues such as religion, choice of school and holiday arrangements. It can also prevent certain actions, such as moving away from the area. Changes to an existing Child Arrangement order can be made, however they should not be used to punish a parent and you should try to speak to the other parent or guardian before considering amends. Read more

    • 14 July 2020

      Relationship breakdown in a pandemic – Q&A

      Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, many couples may have had time to consider the future of their relationship. Read more

    • 23 June 2020

      Cohabiting Couples Q&A

      Cohabiting couples remain the fastest-growing family type in the UK, with many couples still believing that moving in together creates a common law marriage, giving you the same rights as if you were married. However, it is a common misconception that living together with your partner gives you ‘common law’ legal rights. Read more

    • 18 June 2020

      Will Marriage Survive the New No-Fault Divorce Law?

      Family law solicitors across the country celebrated as no-fault divorce has been given the green light meaning from early autumn 2021 separating couples will be able to divorce without having to apportion blame to the other party. The accusations of adultery, desertion or unreasonable behaviour will no longer be necessary. Read more

    • 17 June 2020

      Family Law – getting to know your solicitor

      Going through a relationship breakdown can be an emotional and worrying time for the whole family, they can be a source of great emotional pain and grief. It is common to find yourself amongst the Google searches looking for ‘who are the best family solicitors near me?’ or ‘how do I choose a family law solicitor?’ Read more

    • 12 June 2020

      Lockdown Diaries: Thoughts from the view of a Family Law Solicitor

      As we continue with our series of Lawyer lockdown diaries, Sally Harris, Family Law solicitor reviews the challenges and changes that working post Coronavirus has meant for her and her clients. Read more