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Georgina Burrows Leaves Greens Solicitors

Georgina Burrows Leaves Greens Solicitors
It is with some sadness that we announce that Georgina Burrows will be leaving Greens Solicitors on 2nd February. Georgina has worked alongside a fantastic team of lawyers and support staff and boasts a very happy, fulfilling, exciting and challenging time as Head of...
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He’s My Dog!

He’s My Dog!
Ant McPartlin and his wife Lisa are apparently about to enter into a ‘custody dispute’ over their dog according to reports in the Sun and Daily Mail. Any dog owner will sympathise with the dilemma. A dog very quickly becomes a much – loved member of the family...
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The use of Covert Recordings in Children Proceedings

The use of Covert Recordings in Children Proceedings
Question: Can you use recordings made of others without their knowledge as evidence? Covert recording in the context of family courts potentially involves a myriad of issues, very few of which, have been considered by the courts.  One party may wish to covertly record...
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Is Divorce Day just marketing hype?

Is Divorce Day just marketing hype?
The New Year brings with it new hope and expectations. Many people make resolutions only to find they fall by the way side later this month. On social media I see many posts declaring that this year is going to see change (usually, in my case, it is that I will be...
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Black Friday Sale

Black Friday Sale
For one day only!! 20% off fixed fees for all new clients who instruct us and pay the fee in full by midnight on 24th November!! Example: Standard divorce proceedings – usual price £500 plus VAT plus the Court fee BLACK FRIDAY PRICE – £400 plus VAT plus the...
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Are you being prevented from seeing your child?

Are you being prevented from seeing your child?
There has been a great deal of publicity in the media about the measures which need to be taken in cases where one parent prevents another parent from having a relationship with their children. Much has been made of the possibility that a child may be removed from the...
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Vulnerable Adults and Court Proceedings

Vulnerable Adults and Court Proceedings
This month an important new family practice direction has been issued which is aimed at vulnerable adults and their participation in Court Proceedings. The aim of the practice direction is to enable parties to participate fully in Court Proceedings either as active...
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