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Bath & Bristol divorce solicitors, dedicated to finding the most secure, long-term outcome for separating and divorcing clients ,
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Sharp Family Law Jun 18
The newly introduced Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill will remove the attribution of fault, allowing divorcing couples to start the process without blaming each other.
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Resolution Jun 13
It's official -- the biggest shake up of divorce laws in 50 years.
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Sharp Family Law Jun 14
Sharp Family Law wishes you a Happy Father's Day. We hope you enjoy your day with those that matter most.
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Sharp Family Law Jun 13
Custody is the term often associated with children and divorce. However, in 2014 the legal jurisdictions in England & Wales made child arrangements the new legal term.
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Sharp Family Law Jun 7
Sharp Family Law wishes you a happy start to pride month!
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Sharp Family Law Jun 4
Unexpected job loss during divorce can be devastating. This article maps out realistic tips, both in the UK and the US, on how each side can navigate the situation while keeping financial stability for the children at the forefront.
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Sharp Family Law May 21
Co-parenting after a divorce can be challenging. This app aims to alleviate the struggle by helping families collaborate on parenting arrangements, child support payments, holiday scheduling, and other issues without conflict.
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Sharp Family Law May 20
During a divorce what is the best way to minimize impact on your children? In this BBC podcast episode from Bringing Up Britain, Mariella Frostrup explores how to approach parenting once a relationship ends. Learn more here:
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Sharp Family Law May 17
Wise words from Sandra Day O'Connor, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Sharp Family Law May 15
During a divorce, pension division often presents an additional challenge to an already difficult process. This article provides a good overview of how pensions could be shared in divorce.
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Sharp Family Law May 8
When going through a divorce, it's not uncommon to receive advice from a friend or family member. While often well intentioned, there are many misconceptions out there when it comes to divorce. Here are the three most common.
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Sharp Family Law May 2
One of my top tips for clients going through divorce is to focus on building the future they want and not trying to change or dwell on the past.
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Sharp Family Law Apr 30
Even the most amicable divorce is world-changing for young children. Here are 5 tips on how to effectively prepare your children for this big transition:
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Sharp Family Law Apr 30
"What if we lived in two houses but we didn't fight anymore?" Talking about divorce with children can be challenging. This podcast episode provides 5 tips on how to communicate this big transition to children.
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Sharp Family Law Apr 26
A near doubling in divorce among those ages 50+ since the 90s means it’s becoming more common for adult children to suffer as they see their parents . Here are some tips for how you can mitigate the impacts of your parents late-in-life divorce.
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Elizabeth Ferris Apr 24
Divorce Advice (And It Won’t Cost You a Thing)
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Sharp Family Law Apr 25
Today awareness of parental alienation is being promoted in North America. ‘Parental alienation’ is the broad term given to the deliberate attempt by one parent to distance children from their other parent....
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Sharp Family Law Apr 25
Today awareness of parental alienation is being promoted in North America. Parental alienation is the term given to the attempt by one parent to distance children from their other parent. Learn more about what the denied or restricted parent can do here:
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Stewart Leech QC Apr 23
Troubling if right: pensions regularly shared when parties divorce through the courts but, according to this, routinely ignored when people sort out their finances between themselves.
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Sharp Family Law Apr 18
In this article, divorce consultant, Storey Jones discusses how a shift can make the difference between a difficult and a smooth process.
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