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Advice for victims of domestic violence during the Coronavirus lockdown

Last year, more than 2 million adults were victim to domestic violence or abuse in the UK, and in the majority of cases, the abuse is experienced by women (1.3 million). While the UK is under lockdown, this will be a terrifying time for those victims of domestic violence who may be forced to stay

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How can the coronavirus outbreak affect child care arrangements?

With the major challenges we are all facing as a result of Covid-19, this will also mean families will face their own set of challenges in these unprecedented times. In this article, we look at some of the issues around separated parents and how they can be best supported in managing arrangements for their children

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Do you need a pre-nuptial agreement?

With wedding season around the corner, we are starting to receive more enquiries from couples who are considering entering a pre-nuptial agreement. Although weddings are a joyful occasion, there is a clear conflict between two people entering into the long-term commitment of marriage and agreeing the arrangements in the event the relationship breaks down. What

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Living Together vs Marriage

In the most recent report published by the National Office of Statistics, divorce rates are falling across Europe, with the UK having experienced the biggest fall in the last 25 years. Simultaneously, the number of cohabiting couples has continued to grow faster than married couples. There is still a common misunderstanding that cohabiting partners are

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