The Importance of a Real Human Approach in Legal Matters

In today’s digital age, AI technology has made remarkable advancements, capturing our admiration. The power of the messages and information shared by AI is undeniable. However, it is crucial to acknowledge that when it comes to legal matters, an authentic human approach cannot be replaced. Why Relying Solely on Google for Legal Advice Poses Risks:…

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10 ways to take care of your well-being during a divorce

Divorce is a life-changing event that can take a toll on your emotional well-being. Coping with the grief and loss after a divorce is crucial for moving forward and navigating through this challenging time. If you’re searching for ways to manage your well-being and regain stability, read on. In this blog, we’ll provide you with…

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Financial Remedy (divorce settlement) What does the court consider?

When determining the appropriate financial remedy orders during a divorce, several key factors need to be considered by the court:- 1. Financial Needs: Each partner’s financial needs and obligations must be assessed, including housing, childcare, living expenses, and any debts or liabilities 2. Income and Earning Capacity: The current and potential future income and earning…

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What is a Child Protection Plan?

As a parent, you may find your child made subject to a Child Protection Plan by the local authority. But what is a Child Protection Plan, and what does it mean? Local authority’s duty to investigate To start at the beginning, the local authority has a duty to investigate where they have reasonable cause to…

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New drive to speed up care proceedings

It is obvious that any court proceedings relating to the welfare of children should be dealt with as quickly as possible. This is recognised by the very first section of the Children Act, which states that: “In any proceedings in which any question with respect to the upbringing of a child arises, the court shall…

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Court removes child from care of alienating parent

It is not uncommon in parental disputes over arrangements for their children for one parent to allege that the other is alienating the children against them, in an attempt to stop them having contact with the children. Obviously, such behaviour is quite wrong, adversely affecting not just the alienated parent, but also the children themselves,…

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