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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 participants or witnesses when, for whatever reason, they are vulnerable, either through being […]

Whether you are married or living together, it is important that you know where you stand legally when your relationship is breaking up. Our experienced solicitors will provide professional and practical advice. Whilst involving a solicitor marks a positive move towards ending your relationship, in our experience, the sooner we can advise you, the more help we can be.

Decisions, which may affect your future and that of your children, should not be taken before you talk to your solicitor. We will explain the courses of action open to you and what you should do immediately, especially if you think your family assets are being misused or if you or your children are in danger. In addition to taking immediate court action to protect your rights, we can help you to find a place of safety.

Our aim is to achieve the outcome that you desire whilst keeping you informed, minimizing stress and controlling costs. Mediation is often the quickest and most effective way of settling outstanding issues, we will explain what is involved and support you throughout the process. Whatever course of action we recommend, we will make sure that you and your children are treated fairly and your future is made as secure as it can be. If court proceedings are necessary, we have the experience and people to advise and represent you vigorously and professionally.

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  • same sex couples
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  • pension rights
  • enforcing your rights
  • Family Law Act injunctions and orders
  • finding a place of safety
  • pre-nuptial agreements
  • Proof Reading/Checking Documents, for example, Form E, Contact Applications and Divorce Petitions
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