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Family Law

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Cohabiting advice

Cohabiting advice

For any family law Guildford issues or queries, here at Gregorian Emerson Family Law Solicitors we are best placed to offer you up to date and easy to understand legal advice.

Dealing with Money and Belongings after Separating

Dealing with money and belongings after separating

As expert Family lawyers Surrey, we are used to helping couples negotiate in the aftermath of a separation. Once you have decided that separation/divorce are the way forward, then you will need to have discussions about how to divide up your home, possessions, money, assets and pensions.

Step-parents’ rights

Step-parents’ rights

Many people are under the misunderstanding that by becoming a step-parent to a child, either through a marriage or civil partnership with one of the child’s parents, they will automatically assume rights and responsibilities for the child – this is incorrect – as family lawyers Guildford we can help dispel any incorrect assumptions you have and lay a clear path for you as to your choices moving forward. We have many years of expertise in this field and are well placed to help you to achieve a successful outcome to your individual case. We can advise you on your rights and answer any questions you may have.

What we can do for you

What we can do for you

As an expert family law solicitors based in Guildford, we have many years of expertise in this field of law and are best placed to help you and your family with any issues you may be currently experiencing.

How Coronavirus affects Parental Contact

How Coronavirus affects Parental Contact

Family Lawyers Guildford and how Coronavirus affects Parental Contact.

At this unprecedented time we thought, as experienced family lawyers Guildford, we would clear up a few points regarding the current situation regarding parental visititaion through the present lock down situation.

Dealing with domestic violence

Dealing with domestic violence

As experienced Family law Surrey Solicitors we are here to help if you find yourself suffering as a victim of domestic violence.

Spousal maintenance

If you are seeking help with a spousal maintenance issue and need expert, friendly and reliable advice from a family law firm in Guildford, then we can help you. With many years of experience in the field of family law we are here to guide you through the process and make it as simple and stress free as possible for you. We can help advise you in all areas of family law, including child law issues, child relocation (leave to remove), divorce or civil partnership law, co-habiting agreements, spousal support, child maintenance and many more.

Issues of domestic violence

Issues of domestic violence

In the unfortunate event you find yourself as a victim of domestic violence, then our team of experienced Family lawyers in Guildford can immediately help to protect both you and your family from harm.  We believe that every single person, irrespective of sex, colour, religion etc. has the right to live without fear for their safety from anyone.

Step-parents rights

Step-parents rights

If you are seeking legal representation, as a step-parent, for any family law Guildford issue then look no further.  As experienced family law solicitors we have many years of expertise in this area of the law and are best placed to help you and your family at this potentially difficult time.  We can help you to navigate your way though, advise you of your rights and answer every question you may have.

Views on Marriage Reach Tipping Point

The proportion of people who believe couples shouldn’t have to get married before having children (35%) is, for the first time, almost the same as the proportion who believe marriage should come first (37%), according to new analysis of NatCen’s British Social Attitudes survey.

Same sex marriage becomes law

The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill has now received Royal Assent and has officially become law.

Reactions to Marital Difficulties

Men and women who have been married for a long time react to marital problems in different ways - women tend to worry and feel upset, while men predominantly feel frustrated.

New standards aim to promote quality expert evidence

The Government has announced that vulnerable children will receive additional help through the introduction of new national standards, which will raise the quality of expert evidence in family courts and end unnecessary delays.

New National Standards for Family Court Experts

New national standards designed to raise the quality of expert witness evidence in family court cases and speed up proceedings became law on 1st October 2014.

Marriages in England and Wales

Recently published statistics from the Office for National Statistics have given an interesting insight into marriage in England and Wales in 2012.

ONS Reports on Marital Status and Living Arrangements

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has given an interesting insight into the legal marital status and living arrangements of people across England and Wales.

Major changes in family courts

The Children and Families Act has been given Royal Assent, and as a result reforms to the family justice system will be introduced as part of the relaunched family court system.

MoJ Publishes Latest Family Court Statistics

The Ministry of Justice has recently published statistics on activity in the family courts of England and Wales for the period April – June 2015.

Judgment on family arbitration award

Family law organisation Resolution has welcomed the recent judgment from Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division, in the case of S v S, in which he upholds the decision (award) made through a private arbitration. This award was made under the scheme established in England and Wales by the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA).

First steps in implementing same sex marriage

The first steps have been taken to implement the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act, Justice Minister Lord McNally has announced.

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