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Fur can often fly over who gets to keep the family pet when couples decide to separate and often one party seeks legal advice in relation to the family pet. Because of this, couples are increasingly entering into pre-nuptial or pre-cohabitation agreements or agreements at the time of purchase to…

If you run a family business it may be particularly important for you to consider entering into a pre-nuptial agreement.  The financial consequences of a breakdown of a marriage can be significant and any financial settlement to be paid by the owner of a business to their former spouse…

There have recently been some key developments in the way family actions and civil partnership actions will proceed through court and be subject to judicial monitoring and control. The aim of these changes is to promote swifter outcomes in disputed family and civil partnership actions by way of increased case…

  When two parents hold parental rights and responsibilities (PRR) to a  child, in the post-separation context the law encourages them where possible to continue to cooperate in relation to child care matters, to co-parent and aim to reach an agreement on all important matters affecting the child. The courts…

  In the ever evolving technological landscape of the 21st century, family solicitors have seen an increase in clients holding cryptocurrency and querying what, if any, claim their spouse might have to this on divorce. Cryptocurrency is a virtual or digital currency that can be used as money in exchange for…

Within the family team at Livingstone Brown, our solicitors strive to obtain the best outcome for separated families. This may be not always be achieved by litigating disputes via the Court system. While this may be necessary in some cases, it is never the ideal situation. Litigation often has a…

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