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I don't want you in the house - especially not for Christmas

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It is always very difficult when a relationship comes to an end, whatever the reason may be. There are so many issues to consider; property, children, money, business interests and assets. Very often couples are forced to continue living together for a...

Farming divorces: How do you protect a farm during divorce?

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Farms and farming land are valuable assets that you and your family have invested a lot of time in. So, it’s important you protect them – whether that’s when you’re entering a new relationship or simply so that your children can...

Advice on cohabitation agreements for farming families

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It is very common these days for parents to support their children in buying their first home and the “bank of Mum and Dad” comes to the rescue. Often this entails children buying a property with a partner or buying a property and having a...

I have left my partner, what do we do now?

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Making the decision to end your relationship and leave your partner can feel like a sense of relief for some but for many it also leaves you with a lot of questions about what you do next about separation, divorce, access to your children, what happens to...

Good Divorce Week 2021

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Every parent wants to put their children’s interests front and centre during a divorce or separation but all too often they don’t know where to turn for help. That’s why Resolution has created the ‘Parenting Through Separation...

What happens if one parent doesn't want child vaccinated?

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On 3 Sept 2021, the JVCI updated their information on vaccinating children aged 12 to 15 who do not have underlying health conditions that put them at increased risk from severe COVID-19. When deciding on childhood immunisations, the JCVI has consistently...

Managing plans for children over the festive season

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Are you separated and worried about what arrangements you will be able to make with your ex-partner to be able to see your child(ren) over the upcoming festive season? If you have not agreed arrangements for seeing your child(ren) over the festive period,...

No fault divorce delayed until 2022

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It has recently been announced that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, will not come into force until 6 April 2022, and not this autumn as the government originally planned, despite it receiving royal assent a year ago. This date is later than...

Rules for children who live between two households for Christmas

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Separated families and the coronavirus pandemic: what are the rules for children that live between two households during the Christmas period? This is a question no doubt that many parents have asked themselves and perhaps has been the cause...

How often will I see my children if we separate?

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When divorcing or going through a separation, child arrangements are one of the most important factors to consider. Things like how many hours a week can a father see his child and when parents separate who gets custody of the child need to be...

How much does it cost to get a divorce?

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Setting out the cost of the divorce procedure is a fairly straight forward issue but it is the additional issues alongside the actual divorce process such as resolving the financial matters and on occasion the arrangements for the children which can take a...

We are married, that means 50:50 doesn't it?

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We are married, that means 50:50 doesn’t it? Not necessarily . This seems to be the common view formed by most and a lot of people are now dividing their assets following separation without any input or advice from the legal profession. It is...