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Could the Family Mediation Voucher Make Mediation More Affordable for You?

Back in 2021, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) launched a Mediation Voucher Scheme providing a contribution of up to £500 towards the mediation costs per family for eligible cases, supporting people in resolving their family law disputes outside of court and reducing costs for thousands of families. How does the voucher scheme work in practice? […]

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Navigating School Holidays as a Separated Parent: A Guide for Parents in England and Wales

When parents are no longer together, school holidays can be challenging and need careful thought. Some collaboration is needed to make a schedule that fulfils a child’s needs and allows for valuable time with each parent. Establishing a clear timetable that sets out how holidays will be shared between you is key. Any schedule should

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What To Do About Pensions In A Divorce

If you’ve been married or in a civil partnership, you’ll be asked to gather together all of your financial information. Decisions regarding financial arrangements can only be made once there has been full and frank financial disclosure of all information. This includes information about any pensions you have, including any that have been accrued both

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Change is coming: All You Need to Know About No Fault Divorce

It’s certainly been a long time coming, but it’s now 1 week until 6th April 2022 when NO FAULT DIVORCE will be introduced in England & Wales. Whilst we’re still waiting for the final details, we do know that there will be some BIG changes. The sole ground for divorce, ‘Irretrievable Breakdown’, will continue to

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