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  • Title: family law and divorce solicitors gloucester
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Wills Probate.. Family Law.. Litigation.. News.. Testimonials.. Contact.. We keep a close eye on our overheads to make sure we can offer you the best fixed fees available.. Better Value.. We don't think it's ok to take a week to get back to you, we make sure we respond to 95% of client communications within 1 working day.. Better Service.. Our solicitors commit to working differently to save you money.. Welcome to Family Law Made Easy.. We guarantee you an appointment within 1 working day, for urgent cases.. We are proud to be able to offer you access to top quality matrimonial and.. family law.. advice from expert family and divorce law solicitors and lawyers at exclusively discounted rates or highly competitive fixed fees.. Typically discounts offered are up to 60% lower than rates available from other high street firms.. 1.. Our solicitors who are all members of Resolution.. 2.. provide legal services and advice to help you with:.. Pre-nuptial and living together agreements.. Separation agreements.. Divorce or civil partnership dissolution.. Deciding how family assets and/or income should be shared after separation and agreeing a financial settlement.. Problems regarding contact (previously called access) or residence (previously called custody) for your children/grandchildren.. Problems in making decisions about your children (for example which school they will attend, or what surname they should use).. Obtaining domestic violence injunctions (non-molestation orders)/occupation orders.. We are also able to provide you with expert.. wills, probate and trust.. advice to help you with:.. Wills.. Powers of Attorney.. Court of Protection Deputyship.. Inheritance Tax Planning.. Deeds of Trust.. Obtaining Grant of Probate.. Administration of Estates.. Deeds of Variation.. Contested Wills/Probate.. Living Wills.. To speak to a lawyer in confidence please.. contact us.. and we will respond to you within 24 hours with a no obligation quote.. At the guideline rates for 2010 published by Her Majesty s Courts Service.. For more information about Resolution see.. www.. resolution.. org.. uk.. What our clients say about us.. Thanks for your efficient, speedy and professional work re my divorce.. Mrs H worked with one of our divorce lawyers in Gloucester.. Many many thanks for all your help over the past months I don t think I could have got there without your help If I need any Legal advice in the future I will sure come to you And if anyone asks me if I know a good Solicitor I will recommend you Once again a HUGE Thank You.. Mr G worked with one of our Divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. So this is just a little note to say a very big Thank You to you and your team.. On the occasions of my Father s demise in 2012, and lately my mother s passing, you have been so amazingly supportive, efficient, compassionate and explained everything so clearly to me, when at times my head felt it could explode with all the complications.. Besides all this, mixed with your skills and clear grasp of technical legal issues you made me feel so comfortable and it has been , strangely perhaps to say….. Mrs D worked with our Probate lawyer in Gloucester.. I d like to thank you for your clear advice and sympathetic approach both of which enabled me to stand firm through a process that was often difficult.. Thanks again for your professional support.. Mrs M worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. Rachel and the staff at FLME made the divorce process easy to understand and stress free.. They are both knowledgeable and approachable and use plain language to explain legal proceedings and processes.. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone who is about to embark on a matter requiring legal expertise in family law.. Mr B worked with one of our family lawyers in Gloucester.. I d just like to add a second thank you.. Your help and experience through this have been very useful and have made what could have been stressful time into a simple process.. Mr P worked with one of our  ...   can to keep them to a minimum.. Rachel is someone who will go that extra m….. Mrs W worked with one of our Family law solicitors in Gloucester.. thank you for making the process of writing a Will so pleasant!.. Mr C worked with our Wills expert in Gloucester.. I will continue to recommend you, as your service is faultless.. Mrs S worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. Simply to say a big thank you to Rachel for all her help and advice in my recent divorce and for making sure it went through with relatively little complications.. Mrs B - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in gloucester.. Superb!.. Mr B - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. Rachel Weldrake was efficient in every way.. She was extremely helpful in every way, especially phoning me whilst I was in hospital.. She was very reassuring and told me not to worry in any way.. Many thanks for your kindness Rachel.. Mrs C - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. It was not the case that Rachel was just doing her job.. She went the extra mile to ensure that I was also supported through a very difficult time.. Many thanks.. Mrs W Swindon - worked with one of our divorce solicitors.. Rachel has been very helpful and understanding to all the issues raised in my case.. I would recommend her to any of my friends who needed a solicitor in the future.. Mrs M - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Cheltenham.. I was treated very sympathetically at a very stressful period for which I am very grateful.. Mr G - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. Would like to thank you for the wonderful service you gave me at such short notice before the case.. Miss T Cinderford - worked with one of our divorce solicitors.. Rachel was fantastic.. Straight to the point and honest, no grey areas, black and white, easy to understand.. Mrs R - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. I would like to thank Rachel for her support through a very difficult time in my life.. Mrs B - worked with one of our divorce solicitors in Gloucester.. Mrs B.. Gloucester.. Your help and kindness was invaluable.. Mrs C Oxfordshire - used our wills and probate services.. Just a quick note to say how pleased I am with your overall service in dealing with my divorce I was very happy with the costs incurred and will be pleased to recommend you in future.. Mr M Hertfordshire - worked with one of our divorce solicitors.. Thank you for everything you have done during this long time and if you will ever be in London consider yourself invited for a meal or a drink if you re not too busy.. Mr L London - worked with one of our divorce solicitors.. Thank you so much for all your help, you have given me a different impression of solicitors in divorce cases, and would have no hesitation in recommending you.. Mrs E Northampton - worked with one of our divorce solicitors.. Thank you for all that you have done.. I feel that I not only found a solicitor but a friend too.. Mrs B London - worked with one of our divorce solicitors.. WOW Fixed Fees!.. We are often asked about our low fixed fees for divorce proceedings so here are the details below: If your are the Petitioner (the person who issues the divorce proceedings) our fixed fee is £430 +.. Read More.. Latest Tweets.. Beware unnecessary.. #inheritancetax.. http://t.. co/K40c31yf2T.. contact our Catherine Whilby for advice!.. about 19 hours ago.. Reply.. 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  • Title: Wills & probate solicitors power of attorney trust gloucester
    Descriptive info: Welcome to Family Law Made Easy: Wills Probate Department.. From our central Gloucester offices our wills probate solicitors and lawyers can provide you with legal services and advice about:.. Catherine Whilby.. is the Head of our Probate Department and has recently returned to Gloucestershire from Oxfordshire.. Catherine brings with her over twenty-five years of experience in all matters relating to wills probate, living wills, powers of attorney, trusts, court of protection deputyship and administration of estates both in private practice and within a bank executorship and trustee department.. At times of need  ...   planning your own will and the distribution of your estate or giving a power of attorney in case a loved one needs to deal with your affairs in future you need expert help and support.. Catherine and her team always strive to give client focussed and sensitive advice and assistance to help you manage your particular circumstances.. Catherine is able to help clients from Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cinderford, Coleford, Lydney and the surrounding areas.. Catherine will be pleased to meet you either at the office or at home at your convenience.. Please.. contact us..

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  • Title: family solicitor divorce access custody children gloucester cheltenham
    Descriptive info: Welcome to Family Law Made Easy: Family Law Department.. We are now pleased to offer our clients a choice of either fixed fees or highly discounted rates for all family law cases.. From our central Gloucester offices our expert divorce and family solicitors and lawyers can provide you with legal services and advice about:.. Pre-nuptial agreements.. divorce or civil partnership dissolution.. deciding how family assets and/or income should be shared after separation.. formalising a financial settlement on divorce or civil partnershp dissolution.. problems with child arrangements for example regarding contact (previously called access) or residence (previously called custody) for your children or grandchildren.. problems in making decisions about your children (for example which school they will attend, or what surname they should use).. obtaining domestic violence injunctions (non-molestation orders)/occupation orders.. Joint property owner (Co-habitee) disagreements.. living-together (or Co-habittee) agreements.. if you need to speak in confidence to a divorce and family solicitor and we will respond to you within 24 hours with a no obligation quote.. A brief introduction to our specialist divorce and family solicitors.. Oliver Beyret-Powell.. is our managing partner based at our Gloucester office.. Oliver is a Resolution¹ (an organisation which encourages a constructive and non-confrontational approach to family law) member divorce and family law solicitor.. Oliver has 8 years experience of dealing with all aspects of living-together or pre-nuptial agreements, divorce, civil partnership dissolution, separation, financial settlements, child contact (access) and residence (custody) as well as proven success in resolving issues sensibly and quickly, wherever possible amicably and by agreement.. Oliver also has extensive advocacy skills which are second to none for those cases in which court proceedings cannot be avoided.. Rachel Weldrake.. is our partner with overall responsibility for the Family Law department.. Rachel works primarily from our central Gloucester office but also offers client appointments in the South Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset areas.. Rachel is an expert divorce and family solicitor with almost 20 years of experience working exclusively in divorce and family law, helping many families through difficult times.. Rachel handles all aspects of relationship breakdown including living together agreements, prenuptial agreements, informal separations, divorce, civil partnership dissolution and finances for low to high net worth clients drawing the input of barristers, pension actuaries, chartered surveyors and forensic accountants when needed.. Rachel is a member of the Law Society’s Family Law Panel which recognises her skills as amongst the highest in the country.. She is also a member of Resolution.. Rachel strives to help her clients find a sensible and cost effective solution using court proceedings only ever as a last resort.. Her approach is client led and client focused whether that be in mediation, collaborative law, solicitor led negotiation or litigation.. Her main aim is to look after you and your interests..  ...   related children matters.. She also advises in relation to pre-nuptial agreements and living together agreements.. Joanna has many years experience in relation to domestic violence matters including making emergency applications to the court.. She has been practising in family law since 1984 and has worked in the Cheltenham and Gloucester area for over 20 years and in Worcestershire prior to that.. She works primarily from our central Gloucester office but can provide appointments in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire to include Tewkesbury, Pershore, Upton-Upon-Severn, Malvern, Worcester and the surrounding areas.. Joanna is keen to adopt a non-confrontational approach and to always act for her clients in a sensitive, constructive and supportive manner at what is no doubt a very difficult and stressful time in their lives.. She promotes a straightforward approach to finding the best way forward as cost effectively as possible for her clients.. She understands how important costs are at what is already a difficult time financially, and arrangements are discussed fully at the outset so that clients have a full understanding and can be reassured.. Joanna is married with two grown up children.. Her hobbies include country pursuits, gardening and long walks with her dog with the aim of keeping fit!.. Tina Kingsbury.. also works within the Family Law Department as a consultant covering Ipswich, Colchester, Clacton on Sea and the surrounding areas.. Tina is an expert divorce and family solicitor with over 12 years’ experience.. She is a member of Resolution and is a trained Collaborative Solicitor.. Tina is also a trained Family Mediator.. Tina is very experienced in dealing with pre-nuptial and living together agreements, divorce, civil partnership dissolution, family finances, children matters and domestic abuse.. Tina has close links with domestic abuse groups in Suffolk dealing with female and male victims.. Tina adopts a collaborative and reconciliatory approach to dealing with divorce and family law problems and works with clients to resolve problems in the most constructive and cost effective way possible.. Martin P Hill.. also works within the Family Law Department as a consultant covering Market Harborough, Leicester, Northampton, Coventry and the surrounding areas.. Martin has been a practising solicitor since 1983 and a specialist in Family Law since 1992.. Over the years he has dealt with divorce and separations both in respect of married and unmarried couples.. This work has included helping with the issues concerning child care and residence , child and spousal maintenance and property disputes.. The property advice extends to advising couples in relation to houses to be purchased by them and the consequences of the different types of ownership.. Latterly there has been an upsurge in the use of pre-nuptual agreements and cohabitation agreements for asset protection both in regards personal business and company assets.. Martin has considerable experience advising clients in these areas.. ¹..

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  • Title: Litigation solicitor boundary neighbour contract dispute debt recovery
    Descriptive info: Welcome to Family Law Made Easy: Litigation Department.. From our central Gloucester offices our expert solicitors and lawyers can provide you with legal services and advice about:.. Neighbour disputes (for example boundary issues).. Debt recovery.. Contract disputes.. Landlord and Tenant problems.. Problems with faulty goods and services.. Contesting wills.. Disputes between property owners.. Our aim is to help you with any general litigation problems..

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  • Title: News - Family Law Made Easy
    Descriptive info: Posted on.. 7th March 2013.. by.. admin.. We are often asked about our low fixed fees for divorce proceedings so here are the details below:.. If your are the Petitioner (the person who issues the divorce proceedings) our fixed fee is £430 + Vat and disbursements (typically the court fees).. If you are the Respondent our fixed fee is £295 + Vat.. For more information about how we can help you contact us.. here.. today.. Our fee includes carrying out all of the standard pieces of work involved in divorce proceedings.. Usually solicitors will chage by the hour, often at rates upwards of £185 + Vat, and it will usually take 5-6 hours to deal with a Petitioner divorce, and 2-3 hours for the Respondent.. Posted in.. Uncategorized.. |.. Tagged.. dissolution.. ,.. dissolution process.. divorce.. divorce cost.. divorce costs.. divorce fees.. divorce lawyer.. divorce process.. divorce solicitor.. separation.. Do I Have a Common Law Husband/Wife?.. In short, no, you are either legally married or you re not.. The urban myth of the common law husband/wife is one of the most incredible, and a further reason not be believe anything you re told about separation or divorce by anyone other than a specialist solicitor.. If you are legally married, or civil partners, and separate from your spouse then any financial settlement between you is governed by the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 – and case law interpreting it – and the procedure to follow to dissolve the marriage or civil partnership is well known.. If you are not legally married neither of you will have an obligation to financially maintain the other, and financial issues are only likely to arise if either of you owns a property in which you lived as a family or which your partner has contributed to.. There may also be financial considerations to deal with if you are unmarried and have children together.. The law of trusts which applies to interests in property, especially when the land registry title is only in one partner s name, is complex and fact specific.. This leads to great uncertainty about who owns what.. It is therefore vital to get legal advice from a specialist family law solicitor as early as you can when separating.. should you have any questions about your own circumstances.. co-habitee.. co-owned property.. family lawyer.. joint house.. joint property.. Do I Need a Family Law Solicitor?.. Why you should have a family law solicitor?.. A question we re often asked by people separating from their partner, or by parents who are unable to agree particular issues relating to their child/ren, is why do I need a solicitor?.. One simple answer could be that as legally trained experts, solicitors are better equipped to apply relevant legal principles to your particular circumstances – but most people realise that for themselves.. Another reason could be that contrary to common belief solicitors do not rub their hands with glee, ready to crank up the heat and stir things up a bit, when they are instructed on a new case.. Solicitors have a duty to act in their client s best interests, and that includes bringing their legal issue to a conclusion in the most cost-effective way.. Our view is that duty also includes a duty to help client s achieve a resolution in the least stressful way.. So working with a good family law solicitor should ensure the best legal advice, giving you clarity about the options available to you and you should be able to maintain your emotional and financial well-being.. The single most important reason for instructing a solicitor to help you through a relationship breakdown or parenting disagreement is that we can help you identify the best resolution method for you.. Most clients are aware that their issues can be resolved in court, but far too many believe that to be their only option.. We can explain to you that is not the case, there are alternative forms of dispute resolution which do not involve going to court and are often far less stressful.. Mediation is of course one way of resolving differences, and involves both partners/parents meeting with one mediator whose job is to build on common ground to reach an agreed settlement.. Each partner/parent then instructs their own solicitor to give legal effect to the agreement reached.. Another less well known method is collaborative law.. The collaborative way of working is extremely successful – Resolution (.. ) report that nearly 90% of cases are resolved – and also involves both partners/parents meeting but they do so each with their own collaborative lawyer.. Both lawyers work with the partners/parents to explore all of the issues each feels is important, helping to reach a resolution and then give it legal effect.. The received wisdom is that collaborative practice provides a very constructive way to reach agreements, and better enables partners/parents to continue to work together for the good of the family.. In conclusion whether you attend mediation or work collaboratively or not, the purpose of the modern family law solicitor is to help clients to resolve their legal issues as cheaply and quickly as possible, while minimising the stress and anxiety the legal processes can cause.. For further information about how we can help, please.. without delay.. family solicitor.. Financial Interests in Joint Property.. Co-habitees interests in jointly owned property – how do you work them out?.. Where co-habitees purchase a property together in joint names and execute a trust setting out their respective interests in the property it s simple – the trust deed will give you the answer.. Problems arise where co-habitees purchase a property together and say nothing about their interests in the property.. In such cases equity follows the law ¹.. Put simply if the property is purchased as joint tenants the parties will have indistinguishable interests in the property (so that on the death of one the entire property passes to the other) until the tenancy is severed to make them tenants in common with their own respective shares.. This outcome is very often problematic where people contribute differently to the purchase of the property, to the cost of improvements and maintenance or to the mortgage repayments.. The simple answer is to get a full advice from the conveyancing solicitor when the property is purchased, but often people either don t want to think about it or tell their solicitor they aren t bothered – often the case when the relationship is going well.. Where one party to the joint purchase feels they should have a larger interest in the property than the other the leading authorities set the burden of proof on the party claiming the higher interest¹.. The situation becomes even more complex where the parties have had no discussions, let alone record anything in writing which amounts to an agreement between them that one will have say 75% interest in the property while the other is to have 25%.. So how is the question of their respective interests to be resolved?.. The search in legal terms is to ascertain the parties shared intentions, actual, inferred or imputed, with respect to the property in the light of their whole course of conduct in relation to it ¹.. So how is this to be done? If the question really is one of the parties common intention , there is much to be said for adopting what has been called a holistic approach to quantification, undertaking a survey of the whole course of dealing between the parties and taking account of all conduct which throws light on the question what shares were intended¹.. The authorities give some help as to the types of factors to be taking into account when surveying the course of dealing between the co-habitees.. These may include: any advice or discussions at the time of the transfer which cast light upon their intentions then; the reasons why the home was acquired in their joint names; the reasons why (if it be the case) the survivor was authorised to give a receipt for the capital moneys the purpose for which the home was acquired the nature of the parties relationship; whether they had children for whom they both had responsibility to provide a home; how the purchase was financed, both initially and subsequently; how the parties arranged their finances, whether separately or together or a bit of both; how they discharged the outgoings on the property and their other household expenses.. When a couple are joint owners of the home and jointly liable for the mortgage, the inferences to be drawn from who pays for what may be very different from the inferences to be drawn when only one is owner of the home.. The arithmetical calculation of how much was paid by each is also likely to be less important.. It will be easier to draw the inference that they intended that each should contribute as much to the household as they reasonably could and that they would share the eventual benefit or burden equally.. ¹.. However the final conclusion on the point is that cases in which the joint legal owners are to be taken to have intended that their beneficial interests should be different from their legal interests will be very unusual.. In some cases however the parties will separate and the question of their respective interests in the property is not addressed for months, or even years –  ...   unease at the conclusions in this judgement (which are of course academically sound), and we will all have to look to parliament to address this issue at some future date.. If you have concerns about the availability of information upon which to base a sound and fair financial settlement.. for more advice.. Rule 2.. 61B.. Imerman v Imerman [2010] EWCA Civ 908.. finances.. Divorce Costs and Timeframes.. The most common question we re asked is how long will everything take, and how much will it cost?.. On the first question much depends on how things are dealt with, if there is a high level of emotion and alot of anxiety around whilst people try to resolve their differences themselves very often the answer is far too long!.. The received wisdom is to find a Resolution member solicitor, as we have a duty to work tirelessly in the most constructive way and to try to avoid things becoming confrontational usually in the way that we write or speak to litigants in person or the solicitor on the other side can help prevent issues escalating.. On the second question ALWAYS check whether you re entitled to legal aid, although beware you may have to make monthly contributions or pay back the cost of your legal aid solicitor either from money you get in settlement or as a charge secured on your house! You should also be aware that significant changes now severely restrict legal aid eligibility.. As we will help you for low fixed fees or highly discounted hourly rates it s worth checking us too.. for a personalised quotation.. Finally as the old saying goes procrastination is the thief of time.. If you or your spouse have decided that the marriage is over and there is no prospect of making things work, get the emotional support you need and try to move on.. S8 Children Act Cases Contact (access), Residence (custody).. Clearly it is best for matters relating for children to be decided by their parents, but unfortunately it is not always possible to agree.. The Court has jurisdiction to make orders relating to children under the Children Act 1989.. When considering issues in relation to a child, such as where s/he lives, how much s/he sees a parent they don t live with, which school they should attend or any other matter the court investigation will involve the following process:.. a) The first directions appointment:.. Once you, or the other parent, have issued an application the court will set a hearing to determine what evidence is required to be placed before the court in order for the court to decide the issue.. Very often the court will expect the parents to attend a meeting with the court welfare (now CAFCASS) officer before the hearing to see whether issues can be resolved by agreement, or whether any compromises can be reached.. Usually the court will direct that the child, and either or both parents, is seen by the CAFCASS officer who will then report back to the court.. In some cases the court will also direct that the parties file statements setting out their appraisal of what it is the child s best interests.. The court may also direct that expert evidence is obtained.. The court may also make an interim order to settle arrangements until a final order can be made.. b) Review hearings:.. In most cases the court will schedule a review hearing after the CAFCASS report has been filed.. In the best of circumstances the parties will be able to agree a resolution with the guidance provided by the CAFCASS officer, to enable the court to make a final order and end the case.. When a review hearing is held and a permanent resolution can t be reached the court will set the application down for a fully contested hearing.. c) Final (contested) hearing:.. When the parties haven t been able to resolve the issues between them despite having guidance from CAFCASS a full trial of the issue is held by the court.. The court will hear oral evidence from the parties, who are cross-examined by the other parties representative, and in some instances from the CAFCASS officer or any other expert nominated by the court to file evidence.. Once the evidence and legal submissions have been heard the Judge will impose an order dealing with the application formally.. Whilst many parents are tempted to try to manage their applications without legal support doing so can be very dangerous.. It is not necessary to have the full representation of a legal team, although it is well advised to do so, and we can provide a range of legal support.. for more information.. access.. contact.. custody.. family law.. residence.. Divorce and Civil Partnership Dissolution Procedure.. The procedure to follow when dissolving a marriage or civil partnership is essentially the same, although different terms are used to describe the orders made by the court during the process.. When considering issuing divorce/dissolution proceedings you must be aware that there is only one ground for divorce in England, and that is that the marriage/partnership has irretrievably broken down.. In order to evidence the breakdown of the marriage to the court there are any one of 5 facts which can be relied upon: Adultery (only for divorce), behaviour, separation for 2 or 5 years and desertion.. We always recommend that you obtain detailed legal advice when deciding upon which fact to rely on.. Below we describe the various stages in divorce proceedings:.. Once you have issued your petition the court will write to you to let you know that the petition has been sent to your spouse, or will return it to you if you intend to have your petition personally served.. The Respondent now has 14 days within which to return the acknowledgement of service to the court.. This is the document which will confirm whether the details of your petition are accepted.. Once the Respondent has filed their acknowledgement of service, or the court has confirmed service by some other means, and your suit is not contested you will need to prepare a statement in support of your petition in order that the court can deal with your proceedings administratively and without the need for you to attend court.. If your spouse contests the contents of your petition the court will have to list the case for trial in open court, where you will both be required to give evidence and be cross-examined, in order to determine whether the marriage has in fact irretrievably broken down.. Once your statement in support is filed your petition, together with the acknowledgement of service/order for service and your statement will be placed before the Judge for review.. If s/he is satisfied that you are entitled to end your marriage/partnership on the grounds stated in your petition s/he will issue a certificate of entitlement to a decree/dissolution order.. At this stage the court will also confirm whether you are entitled to an order for costs, if one is sought, and whether the court is satisfied with the arrangements proposed for any children.. At the same time your suit will be set down for pronouncement of the decree nisi/conditional order and you will be advised of the date on which that will occur.. The next step is therefore for the court to pronounce your decree nisi/make your conditional order, and order for costs where relevant and they will then be sent to you.. You must wait 6 weeks and a day from the date of the nisi/order before being able to make your application for decree absolute/final order.. Where the court has made an order for costs the Respondent must make the payment within 14 days.. Once you make your application for the decree absolute/final order the court will ask the Judge to pronounce the decree absolute, or make the final order, which will then be sent to you for safekeeping.. Beware! It is often ill advised to apply for the decree absolute/final order before an order has been made resolving your financial affairs.. It is vital to obtain proper advice.. Financial Settlement for Separating Couples.. The questions we re asked most often are what capital settlement am I entitled to and can I get maintenance from my ex.. A common problem is that people often come to us for proper advice after they have had lengthy discussions with their ex, and usually having agreed to something they shouldn t have.. It is vital to get proper legal advice early, and not to discuss money with your ex when you re in the process of separating before having done so.. Whether you are married or not the law in this area can be complex, and it is usually highly case specific so what you read on the internet about what happens to other people is unlikely to apply to you!.. It is important to find a Resolution member solicitor as we have a duty to act in the most non-confrontational way possible, and to try to avoid things becoming contentious (that is that proceedings to resolve financial issues should only be issued at court as a last resort).. Solicitors can be expensive, especially if you are not entitled to legal aid, but we will help you for low fixed fees and/or at highly discounted hourly rates.. However we help you good advice early on will always be invaluable! Please..

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  • Title: Testimonials Archive - Family Law Made Easy
    Descriptive info: Blog Archives.. Post navigation.. Older posts.. Uncategorized.. Many many thanks for all your help over the past months I don t think I could have got there without your help.. If I need any Legal advice in the future I will sure come to you And if anyone asks  ...   you.. Once again a HUGE Thank You.. Besides all this, mixed with your skills and clear grasp of technical legal issues you made me feel so comfortable and it has been , strangely perhaps to say, such a pleasure meeting you.. I would , and do, recommend you highly..

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  • Title: Contact Us - Family Law Made Easy
    Descriptive info: We are pleased to offer all clients an initial no obligation discussion, and guarantee to provide an.. appointment within 1 working day.. for all urgent cases.. You can get in touch with us using any of the following methods:.. Completing the online form below.. Telephoning 01452 347638 (for Gloucester area).. Telephoning 01684  ...   area).. Telephoning 01206 808452 (for Ipswich area).. Telephoning 01858 322025 (for Leicester area).. Email info@flme.. co.. Post Family Law Made Easy, 70 Westgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2NZ.. Your Name (required).. Your Email (required).. Your Phone Number (required).. Subject.. Your Message.. Security.. (type the code from the image into the text box provided below)..

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    Descriptive info: Image navigation.. Previous.. Next.. family-law.. Published.. 18th December 2013.. at.. 300 138.. in..

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  • Title: Terms and Conditions - Family Law Made Easy
    Descriptive info: Introduction.. These terms of use govern your use of our website; by using our website, you accept these terms of use in full.. If you disagree with these terms of use or any part of these terms of use, you must not use our website.. Licence to use website.. Unless otherwise stated, we or our licensors own the intellectual property rights in the website and material on the website.. Subject to the licence below, all these intellectual property rights are reserved.. You may view, download for caching purposes only, and print pages from the website for your own personal use, subject to the restrictions set out below and elsewhere in these terms of use.. You must not:.. republish material from this website (including republication on another website);.. sell, rent or sub-license material from the website;.. show any material from the website in public;.. reproduce, duplicate, copy or otherwise exploit material on our website for a commercial purpose;.. edit or otherwise modify any material on the website; or.. redistribute material from this website.. Acceptable use.. You must not use our website in any way that causes, or may cause, damage to the website or impairment of the availability or accessibility of the website; or in any way which is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity.. You must not use our website to copy, store, host, transmit, send, use, publish or distribute any material which consists of (or is linked to) any spyware, computer virus, Trojan horse, worm, keystroke logger, rootkit or other malicious computer software.. You must not conduct any systematic or automated data collection activities (including without limitation scraping, data mining, data extraction and data harvesting) on or in relation to our website without our express written consent.. Limited warranties.. Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the information on this website is correct, we do not warrant its completeness or accuracy; nor do we commit to ensuring that the website remains available or that the material on the website is kept up-to-date.. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law we exclude all representations, warranties and conditions relating to this website and the use of this website (including, without limitation, any warranties implied by law of satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and/or the use of reasonable care and skill).. Limitations of liability.. Nothing in these terms of use (or elsewhere on our website) will exclude or limit our liability for fraud, for death or personal injury caused by our negligence, or for any other  ...   use in any way, we may take such action as we deem appropriate to deal with the breach, including suspending your access to the website, prohibiting you from accessing the website, blocking computers using your IP address from accessing the website, contacting your internet service provider to request that they block your access to the website and/or bringing court proceedings against you.. Variation.. We may revise these terms of use from time-to-time.. Revised terms of use will apply to the use of our website from the date of the publication of the revised terms of use on our website.. Please check this page regularly to ensure you are familiar with the current version.. Assignment.. We may transfer, sub-contract or otherwise deal with our rights and/or obligations under these terms of use without notifying you or obtaining your consent.. You may not transfer, sub-contract or otherwise deal with your rights and/or obligations under these terms of use.. Severability.. If a provision of these terms of use is determined by any court or other competent authority to be unlawful and/or unenforceable, the other provisions will continue in effect.. If any unlawful and/or unenforceable provision would be lawful or enforceable if part of it were deleted, that part will be deemed to be deleted, and the rest of the provision will continue in effect.. Exclusion of third party rights.. These terms of use are for the benefit of you and us, and are not intended to benefit any third party or be enforceable by any third party.. The exercise of our and your rights in relation to these terms of use is not subject to the consent of any third party.. Entire agreement.. These terms of use, together with our privacy policy, constitute the entire agreement between you and us in relation to your use of our website, and supersede all previous agreements in respect of your use of this website.. Law and jurisdiction.. These terms of use will be governed by and construed in accordance with English law, and any disputes relating to these terms of use will be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.. Our details.. Family Law Made Easy is a trading name of BPW Solicitors Ltd Regulated by The Solicitors Regulation Authority ID:612011.. Directors: O.. E Beyret-Powell and R.. Weldrake.. We do not accept service by e-mail.. You can contact us by email using.. info@flme.. or by telephone as shown on the website.. These website terms of use are based on a template created by.. Website-contracts.. and distributed by.. Website-law..

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