Separation and Divorce: Practical Guidelines During Covid-19

With Government guidelines to stay at home and where possible, work from home due to the Covid-19 virus, this will be an added challenge for those who are wishing to separate or divorce but currently live in the same household. It is of course not always possible for one or both parties to vacate a…

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How will coronavirus affect child arrangements for separated parents?

Separated parents will often seek to provide certainty as to when a non-resident parent can spend time with children. Whether this is achieved by informal agreement or by a Child Arrangements Order, it is important for parents that follow these arrangements closely. However, the spread of COVID-19 has left many questioning how this will affect…

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No-fault divorce update: Is the ‘blame game’ set to end?

Divorce law in England and Wales could be set for a major overhaul with proposals for couples to no longer be required to prove fault to get divorced. The government first announced proposals to reform divorce law in April 2019 in an attempt to simplify the divorce process. The proposed divorce reforms were delayed due…

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5 myths about the divorce process

Going through a divorce is a stressful time for anyone. This is rarely helped by the number of myths which surround the divorce process. At Farnworth Rose, we understand just how important it is to have the right advice as early as possible in the process. However, there are a number of myths out there…

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Do you have grounds for divorce?

At Farnworth Rose, we often speak to people who have decided they want to end a marriage but are unsure whether they have grounds for divorce. In this article, our specialist family solicitors explain the grounds for divorce and why it’s important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. What are the grounds for divorce? In England…

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