eBriefs - Family Law
New legislation came into force on 1st October redefining what will constitute a house in multiple occupation, alignment on Section 21 regulations for older leases, and a reminder of the new requirements for energy performance introduced in April.
The price of properties, even so-called ‘first-time homes’ is completely out of proportion to the average income. To save for a deposit on your first home is now taking house-hunters (especially first-timers) years longer than before.
A list of common pitfalls to avoid to facilitate the smoothness of divorce proceedings.
There are plenty of reasons a parent might want to take their child abroad for an extended period, or even indefinitely. However, if the parents have separated, there's a possibility that this could result in disagreement, especially if one party feels they are being ‘pushed out’ of the family unit and that the move is done to deliberately reduce the amount of time they can spend with the children.