Worried your co-parent (let’s call her Sally) won’t return your child (lets call him Jonny) to you after spending time with him? Then fear not! I have some simple advice for you to put your mind at ease.Read More
Question: Fact or Fiction – You need the consent of both parents to obtain a passport for your child?
Answer: FICTIONRead More
A successful mediation means that your family law matter is over quickly, cheaply, and without ongoing fighting, unlike the long, expensive and litigious nature of court. With the right approach, you can give yourself the best chance of getting an agreement and make the most of your mediation, and these are my top tips to do that.Read More
After you separate the Court can make orders that can require your former partner to continue to provide you with financial support so that you can meet your expenses. This is above and beyond child support.Read More
A lot of the clients I see day to day have children. Inevitably they ask me a lot of questions about how their separation will impact on them and what the ‘law’ says they can and cannot do. Lets not focus on the law for a moment look closer at how we can help your children through this separation.Read More
Unfortunately marriages do not always work out like planned. So, what happens next when you want a divorce?Read More