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Contact at Christmas time

Don’t leave Christmas contact to the last minute! Whilst Halloween has not yet been and gone, Christmas preparations have well and truly started for many. In the run up to Christmas, we inevitably see an increase in the number of…

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The Family home on Divorce

By Kelly Willmott - Family Solicitor The family home on divorce. A divorce can be daunting and difficult, both emotionally and financially. There will be a number of things to consider with one of the biggest worries being the financial…

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DFA welcome a new Partner

We are delighted to announce that Rachel Adams has today joined the firm as a Partner and Head of Family, taking over from Alan Kiddle. Rachel has been included in legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners for a…

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Alan Kiddle retires

After almost 40 years in practice, Head of Family and Partner Alan Kiddle retired on 30th June 2019. Previously a Partner at another well known law firm, Alan joined DFA in 2000 and was one only four Legal 500 highly…

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Disagreements about school holidays?

By Kelly Willmott As the school summer holidays fast approach, it is likely that arrangements are being made for holidays and other plans with the children. In the case of separated parents, however, these plans may depend upon what can…

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Pensions on Divorce

By Kelly Willmott Pensions on Divorce – Turning a Blind Eye? When a married couple separates, there will usually be assets and other financial matters that need to be resolved alongside the divorce. When looking at a financial settlement, any…

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Domestic Abuse Bill

Draft Domestic Abuse Bill is Published. There is growing evidence that family court proceedings can be used by perpetrators of abuse to try and coerce or manipulate their former partner. Proceedings can provide an opportunity to use the children, or…

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‘No fault’ divorce to become law

As you may have seen in the media very recently, 'No fault' divorce is set to become law. Last year we published a blog on the well publicised case of Owens v Owens; highlighting the need for divorce reform. Resolution,…

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