Amy Foweather

Amy Foweather is a solicitor at Stowe Family Law’s office in Harrogate.

She specialises in a wide range of family cases, including divorce, finances, separation, cohabitation, pre- and postnuptial agreements as well as matters involving children.

How parents can handle Christmas contact

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December 26, 2016 1 comment

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Child contact over Christmas is a major issue facing divorced or separated families. On Christmas Eve, solicitor Charlotte Newman examined this emotional topic from the perspective of the children. In the second of a two-art series, solicitor Amy Foweather now explores the issue from the parents’ point of view. Christmas can be a particularly tense…

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A guide to grandparents’ rights

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November 24, 2016 0 comments

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ASK A FAMILY LAWYER Each week, Stowe Family Law solicitors answer readers’ questions on different legal issues.  This week’s query goes to Amy Foweather, a solicitor in our Harrogate office. “My son and daughter-in-law have divorced and I am struggling to see my grandchildren. What are my legal rights?”   Quite naturally most grandparents don’t…

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Mother jailed in domestic violence case

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August 16, 2016 1 comment

prison, children, parents

A woman who claimed her husband had been violent was jailed after she refused to testify against her husband. The 40 year-old teacher was sentenced to two weeks in prison for contempt of court although she only spent four nights in custody following an appeal by her solicitor. She was sentenced shortly after she appeared…

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The internal and external relocation of children

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February 14, 2016 2 comments

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Following separation, parents are faced with difficult decisions, such as who the children should shall live and how long they should spend with each parent. However in some cases, parents can be faced with the daunting and upsetting prospect of their child or children moving away. This could be by way of internal relocation –…

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