Divorce With A Business Involved

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Divorce With A Business Involved

Family business and divorce can be a difficult subject to tackle, however here at Prentice Family Law we are highly experienced in ensuring these cases go as smoothly as possible. One example of such a case can be found below:

A personality clash between a millionaire dentist and her “highly controlling” mother-in-law is at the centre of a £10 million divorce battle

The couple who divorced after establishing a chain of dental surgeries appeared in court at the beginning of October to argue over ownership.… Read More

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The Cost Of Divorces Online

The True Cost Of Online Divorces

If you type divorce into Google, chances are it would show on the searches that you would be able to get divorced for as little £37.

As appealing as the price may seem, things are often too good to be true.

The enticing advert may appear to be a great money saver, but it is not possible to get divorced for £37; in all cases there are court fees to pay, which are currently £550.… Read More

Grandparents Rights

Grandparents Legal & Custody Rights

What Rights Do Grandparents Have?

Paul has recently been asked what rights Grandparents have when they have been denied access to their grandchildren. Read more below on grandparents rights to see grandchildren:

Grandparents do not have an automatic right to contact with their grandchildren.

Grandparents can play an invaluable role in their grandchildren’s lives and it is very rare that the court would refuse a grandparent access to grandchildren unless there is evidence of abuse or violence.… Read More

Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

Prenuptial Agreement Information

A premarital agreement sets out how assets will be divided if a couple separates permanently or if marriage ends.

Pre-nups are not strictly enforceable or legally binding in the UK. However, a properly prepared pre-nup should give a large measure of protection to the economically stronger spouse.

The main point of principle was established by the decision of the Supreme Court in Radmacher –v- Granatino in 2010 “The court should give effect to a nuptial agreement that is freely entered into by each party with a full appreciation of its implications unless in the circumstances prevailing it would not be fair to hold the parties to the agreement”.… Read More


Mediation Assessment Meeting

Mediation Information

As of 22 April 2014 it has become compulsory for the applicant, in respect of a private Children Act matter and an outstanding financial dispute, to attend a mediation assessment meeting before they can apply to the court to request an order.

In these tough economic times, more people are considering mediation to negotiate their divorce settlements, because of the perceived potential cost savings.… Read More

Choosing a Divorce Lawyer

Find A Divorce Lawyer

Choosing A Divorce Lawyer

The earliest stages of a separation and divorce can be the most stressful, and can make decision making a difficult process. As a result, many people end up with the wrong lawyer for them.

The selection of your solicitor is crucial, not only to the ultimate outcome of your case, but also to how your case progresses from start to finish, in terms of stress for you and your children, cost, and length of time.… Read More

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How Much Is It To Get A Divorce In The UK?

Price Of Divorce

This is a question I am often asked and the answer is actually simple. So how much exactly is it to get a divorce in the UK?

If you complete all the paperwork required to get a divorce yourself, then the only payment required is the court fee of £550. If you prefer not to do the paperwork yourself most solicitors will offer a fixed fee divorce.… Read More

How To Protect Your Child During A Divorce

How Can I Protect My Children From Divorce?

How To Protect Your Child During A Divorce

I am often asked how to best protect your child during a divorce. Sometimes these people have been advised to seek legal advice from a lawyer who is a member of Resolution, but what exactly does this mean?

Resolution is a group of family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.… Read More