How to get divorced (part two)

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December 22, 2016 3 comments

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ASK A FAMILY LAWYER Each week, Stowe Family Law solicitors answer readers’ questions on different legal issues.  Last Thursday, Neil Dring, who is based in our Wetherby office, explained how to begin the divorce process in England and Wales. Here he examines the commonest fault-based grounds for divorce.   Adultery The first and perhaps easier…

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How to get divorced (part one)

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December 15, 2016 1 comment

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ASK A FAMILY LAWYER Each week, Stowe Family Law solicitors answer readers’ questions on different legal issues. Neil Dring, who is based in our Wetherby office, tackles this week’s topic and explains the basics of divorce under English law, in a special two part feature. “My spouse and I aren’t getting on as well as…

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Child contact: consider the other parent

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December 1, 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 Jennifer Reddy, a solicitor in our Wilmslow office. “My ex and I divorced a number of years ago and we agreed regular times when I could see the kids. But she has been…

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A guide to grandparents’ rights

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November 24, 2016 1 comment

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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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