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The Decision is made – What next?

Green's Solicitor's Head of the Family Department, Georgina Burrows, looks into the effects of the EU Referendum: Last week I wrote in advance of the EU referendum and explored whether the referendum could be compared with making a decision to divorce. This week I am considering how the early process of Brexiting can compare to a divorce. We now know the result and it...

Should I stay or should I go now….

Green's Solicitor's Head of the Family Department, Georgina Burrows, looks into the upcoming EU Referendum: I was in conversation about the soon to be over referendum on whether Britain should remain or leave the European Union. I was and have been interested to hear Brexit described as a divorce from Europe. This has made me ponder what divorce really means to those ...

The Process & Procedure of Divorce

If your marriage is at an end we will act for you on a fixed fee basis. Ending any relationship is difficult and fraught with anxiety, fear and doubt. When you come into Greens we will do all we can to alleviate your fears by giving you clear advice in plain English (we are also able to give clear advice in plain Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and Mirpuri).  The biggest fear many peop...

Georgina Burrows Joins Greens Solicitors

Georgina Burrows joins us as Head of the Family Department from 22 February 2016. She is a solicitor with over 20 years’ experience and has for the last 10 years been working for niche matrimonial practice Benussi and Co in Birmingham as a senior associate. Georgina has a wealth of experience acting for high net worth individuals, professionals and business people. She is able to a...

Greens Goes Pink

On Friday 23rd October 2015, Greens went pink for the day in aid of Breast Cancer Now, the UK’s largest breast cancer charity.  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so what better time to dress ourselves from head to toe in pink, have fun at work and raise a bucket-load of money for such a well-deserved cause. We got in the full swing of the day by not only dressin...

Child Protection in the UK

A Brief Overview: England The UK’s four nations - England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales - are responsible for creating and managing their own individual child protection frameworks. These are based on legislation, guidance and practices.  These help the education, health and social welfare sectors identify children that are at risk of harm and put safeguards in place to protect...

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