When you get married, the last thing you are thinking about is the possibility that you may not go the distance and most people are at your wedding to toast you every success for the future. Sadly, however, life can throw a curveball and you may find that your relationship has broken down and it is better for you and your family if you are no longer an item.… Read More
Going through a separation is never easy and can be extremely stressful and upsetting in some cases. At Prentice Family Law we endeavour to make your separation as straightforward as possible, doing whatever we can to achieve the results that you desire. We can help with a variety of issues surrounding separation, so do not hesitate to get in touch with one of our team to ask for advice.… Read More
Going through a divorce can be a challenging time, and there are many things to think about. Here at Prentice Family Law, we are dedicated to helping you through the legal side of things when it comes to getting divorced. We can give you legal advice, and help you to build a strong case for court.
We offer a free telephone consultation to discuss the different aspects of your divorce, what you want the outcome to be and more.… Read More
Even at the best of times, going through a divorce is not without an element of emotional distress. Granted some divorcing couples can decide to go through it without the help of legal practitioners, but this is more of the exception, when there are no complications to entangle the process such as parental rights, significant amounts of money, as well as property.… Read More
The divorce procedure can be a complex process fraught with pitfalls for those without the due legal knowledge, which is why it is always a better idea to seek the invaluable help of our highly capable divorce solicitors in Guildford to point out the dos and don’ts of the process. In addition to this our specialist divorce solicitors in Guildford at Prentice Family Law are best placed to ensure all i’s are dotted and t’s crossed so that there are no delays that may prolong the already emotionally-taxing divorce process.… Read More
As an established top rated law firm, our highly competent and experienced divorce solicitors in Weybridge at Prentice Family Law, know well how difficult it can be for our clients to go through divorce proceedings. More often than not, getting a divorce is riddled with complexities, which means there can be no substitute for the guidance, support and professional advice from our divorce solicitors in Weybridge.… Read More
It is critically important to bear one fact in mind when considering the need for professional legal help when going through the process of getting a divorce – all decisions made during this process have the capacity to offer lifelong consequences, particularly in the areas of parenting if there are any children’s interests to be looked to, and matrimonial finances.
Without the expert advice and guidance of highly experienced divorce solicitors in Guildford such as our legal talent at Prentice Family Law, the divorce process can be immeasurably stressful and emotionally taxing.… Read More
We all hope not to go through a divorce but for those who must, we try to keep it as quick and painless as possible, in the interests of all parties while also advocating for a satisfactory settlement for our client. But with the end of the EU transition period comes a new set of legal hurdles; thankfully our Divorce Solicitors in Weybridge are here to guide you.… Read More
A big change is coming this year to family law- the first of the no-fault divorces. With the bill outlining them being passed in June of 2020, the first no-fault divorces will be issued in Autumn of 2021, changing the nature of divorce proceedings.
There has been a very long campaign to make no-fault divorces possible. The previous legal framework used by our divorce solicitors in Guildford only issued a divorce on the grounds of wrongdoing from one of those in the couple.… Read More
Family courts have had a hard time over the last 5 years, with a mix of reduction in government funding mixed with an uptick in the demand. The waiting lists have grown and delays waiting for vacant court rooms (once an occasional occurrence) have become so normal they are expected.
What compounded the issue of the shortage of aglare resorts are frivolous cases, which have tied up the courts with some of the matters being overseen by judges, including:
- At which junction on the motorway the child in question should be handed over for contact?