Category - Family & Divorce
We understand that few times in life are as traumatic or uncertain as the end of a relationship. A caring approach and practical, helpful advice is vital but it also helps to have some financial certainty during the process, to help you move forward with confidence.
We receive plenty of questions about our Fixed Fee family law...
With covid restrictions, many people with shared care arrangements in place for their children will be wondering if and how handovers will take place during this time.
The news broke yesterday that Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and wife Melinda Gates have officially filed for divorce.
Whilst divorce may feel like the loss of a loved one, death and divorce are life events that intertwine in ways beyond the emotional - your estate planning.
As an estate planning lawyer at Tindall Gask...
Firstly… what is (and isn’t) a divorce?
A divorce, quite simply, is the legal end to your marriage. Any arrangements made with your former partner over the division of property or care arrangements for children are dealt with separately. You can divide the property of the marriage and put care arrangements in place for your...
An experienced family lawyer who will build a collaborative and effective working relationship with you will help make a difficult time smoother and less difficult.
For most of us, our homes are where we feel safe and secure. For others, a home is a hostile place where safety is not a certainty and where protecting oneself and our family is a daily struggle.
It’s a day by day ritual of walking on eggshells to keep the peace and never knowing what slightest act or word will trigger...
Separation and all the challenges that follow are daunting, regardless of the stage of life you may be in. It is incredibly easy to become consumed by the emotional turmoil of the situation, which inturn can also make it hard to decipher what to do next, who you should speak with and where you seek help from. These are basic...
You’re separated but not divorced … do you know that your ex may still receive your assets upon your death?
If you are dealing with a separation from your spouse, the last thing you may be thinking about is updating your Will. However this may be the most important time to consider your estate planning.
If you do not...
For separated families the additional stress and uncertainty brought about by COVID-19 has added an unwanted layer of complexity to resolving care arrangements and finalising property settlements.Now more than ever is the time to seek specialised family law advice to cut through complexity created by COVID-19.