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Campaigners have been striving for ‘no fault divorce’ for over 30 years and at last, the ‘Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill’ has finally reached the end of its parliamentary journey having become an Act of Parliament on 25 June 2020. In the biggest shake-up of divorce law in the last half century, the implementation of … Continued

Parental Alienation

What is parental alienation? Parental alienation is a term which arises frequently in the context of child contact disputes. But what does it mean? And how do the courts deal with it? Sometimes during the course of a child contact dispute, a child expresses strong negative views about one of their parents (usually, but not … Continued

Our specialist enfranchisement paralegal Jaime Burgess has given an expert insight for the News on the Block Q&A, answering the vital question “Do I need a lease extension?” In this article, Jaime explains when and why obtaining a lease extension is advisable, and provides a useful explanation of the costs involved. Read the full article … Continued

The answer to this question is a frustrating one for many clients, because the short answer is: “it depends!” Provided that you can satisfy the court that the marriage has irretrievably broken down, the process of obtaining a divorce is usually quite straightforward. In theory, a simple divorce could take just a couple of months. … Continued

We’re pleased to announce that Piers King, one of our property solicitors, is now writing a weekly column for the Evening Standard, answering readers’ questions about property law issues. Piers’s first Q&A instalment can be found here. Piers would be happy to advise and assist you with any property law transactions or issues that you … Continued