Welcome to page related to family law. Divorce, separation or dissolution are only few of topics examples covered here. 

Family law

Azhar Hussain Fri, 09/06/2019 - 09:39

What If I want to Change My Child’s Name?

We understand how difficult it can be if you want to change your child’s name and the other parent is not agreed or if you do not want to change your child’s name and oppose this application. We can assist you in these scenarios and as a start, this article provides some initial information.
Azhar Hussain Tue, 09/03/2019 - 09:25

Family law solicitors - what are the perceptions of a solicitor?

When approached to write an article about the family solicitors, with emphasis on the perceptions of a family law solicitor, it really got me thinking. I must point out that three pages in, I realised my keen approach needed to be reigned in. The topic itself is seemingly endless.
Stephanie Matthews Thu, 08/29/2019 - 11:54

Family Law - What is a Litigant in Person

Litigants in person are now regulars in family proceedings, whether it relates to divorce, financial matters, children or injunctions against their ex-partner.
Azhar Hussain Fri, 01/11/2019 - 15:16

Judicial Separation - what is this and is it appropriate for you?

What is Judicial Separation? This is a formal process by which you confirm the marital separation between you and your partner. There is often confusion regarding this process. It is very important to remember that this process does NOT end the marriage and at the end of the process you will remain married to your ex-partner. If you seek to dissolve the marriage, you should be considering divorce proceedings and we invite you to contact us to discuss your specific circumstances.
Azhar Hussain Thu, 01/10/2019 - 17:35

Divorce & Dissolution

The decision to marry or enter into a civil partnership is often well considered with many aiming for this to be a lifelong commitment. Consequently, people do not plan for the breakdown of such relationships and are not prepared to handle the difficulties posed by legal processes involved in resolving the issues. Unfortunately, the breakdown of relationships can be irretrievable and such matters are often described as one of the most difficult times individuals can face in their lifetime.
Azhar Hussain Mon, 01/07/2019 - 13:59

Divorce Law: Plans for Change

The archaic divorce laws have been a ‘hot topic’ as of late and the need for change has finally received the publicity it deserves. The case of Owen v Owen has highlighted the societal need for a ‘no fault’ based divorce.