Three years for Stowe Family Law Wilmslow

April 25, 2016 0 comments

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Stowe Family Law continues to grow. The firm now operates nine offices across England and anniversaries of openings arrive regularly. This month saw the third anniversary of our Wilmslow office. The Wilmslow office was the fifth to open its doors back in 2013, and the second in Cheshire. Solicitor Natassia Burton, formerly with the Hale…

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Denise Robertson 1932-2016

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April 1, 2016 2 comments

ITV This Morning

The veteran writer and broadcaster Denise Robertson has sadly died at the age of 83. I liked her very much and would like to pay a short tribute to her. A prolific author and accomplished TV presenter, she is of course best known as the resident agony aunt of ITV This Morning, a post she…

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Child abduction and applications for strike out in W (Children) (Abduction: Striking Out) by Jennifer Wood

March 3, 2016 0 comments

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The phrase ‘child abduction’ conjures up some perturbing thoughts. Most parents could not contemplate their children being abducted, even by the other parent. However in the international environment we now live in, these types of cases are becoming more and more common. Of course, at first glance you might wonder how any parent could decide…

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Stowe Family Law: a day in Harrogate

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January 20, 2016 0 comments

Stowe Family Law, Harrogate

It’s a cold, crisp winter morning in Harrogate as the sun rises over the North Yorkshire town. There is a faint glint of ice in the blades of grass where the morning dew has frozen. Every time I approach the Old Court House on Raglan Street in the centre of the town, I am reminded…

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Stowe Family Law and the way to Winchester

January 4, 2016 0 comments

Stowe Family Law

From the Stowe Family Law Harrogate Communications Team: Stowe Family Law opens its ninth office in Winchester, Hampshire, later this month. The new office will be the firm’s first venture to the south coast of England, after years of success in Yorkshire, Cheshire, Hertfordshire and London. Although based in the heart of this historic cathedral…

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A year in children’s law

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December 31, 2015 1 comment

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As we head towards the end of 2015 now is an appropriate time to reflect on developments in the ever changing landscape of family law over the last 12 months. The Children and Families Act 2014 has now been in force for some 20 months and practitioners and their clients have had a chance to…

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