Solicitors in Essex, Colchester, Chelmsford, London – Fisher Jones Greenwood

Blog - Family Law

Rights of Grandparents? 5 February 2020 by Julia Brewer

Many grandparents play an increasingly important role in the lives of their grandchildren,…

Discrimination ruling in adoption law… 4 February 2020 by Alexandra Drew

In the reported case of Mander v Windsor and Maidenhead RBC [2019] 12…

When should you enter into a post-nuptial agreement? 23 January 2020 by Aimee Edwards

Nuptial agreements are legal agreements made between couples that set out how they…

Parental Alienation – what is it and what is the approach of the Family Courts? 23 January 2020 by Julia Brewer

Parental alienation can be described as when a child is subjected to negativity…

Domestic Violence Order at a Record High 6 January 2020 by Aimee Edwards

Recent figures published by the Ministry of Justice for the period July to…

Opposite-sex couples will soon be able to form Civil Partnerships 24 December 2019 by Aimee Edwards

The introduction of civil partnerships by the Civil Partnership Act 2004 meant that…

No-fault divorce is back on the cards… 23 December 2019 by Aimee Edwards

The Queen’s speech at the State Opening of Parliament on 19th December 2019…

Following separation, is it necessary to formalise an informal agreement regarding child arrangements? 22 November 2019 by Precious Yilmaz

Where parents separate, it is often the case that they will reach an…

FAQ- The children don’t live with me, what information can I obtain? 30 October 2019 by Lisa O'Boyle

Even if the children don’t live with you, as long as you have…

Top tips for parents to help their children whist going through separation and divorce 29 October 2019 by Lisa O'Boyle

Going through divorce and separation is a very difficult time in your life….

FAQ – Do I need a “residence order” or a “contact order”? 28 October 2019 by Lisa O'Boyle

Child arrangements relating to children, such as where the children shall live and…

Authors
Archives