Do I need a lawyer? Well, that’s a question and a half. The answer really has to be: it depends. You see, you’re obviously in court over arrangements for your children, or another domestic issue, otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this, and that means that there is a disagreement that you and your partner or […]
As lawyers we are faced with the above query on a very regular basis from people who believe that an answer to their legal query can be given to them ‘just like that’. Nine times out of 10, it’s just not possible to give an off the cuff answer. It’s not because we don’t want […]
‘Custody’ Common parlance There isn’t a legal term of custody in relation to children anymore. In fact, there hasn’t been for a very significant number of years, yet we regularly have parents in the 20-35 age group using the term as if it were common parlance. Well, it is. Common parlance that is. But it’s […]
I noticed an article about a ‘mother’ who was posting to popular forum, Mumsnet, for advice from her peers on her situation with her partner, who seemed to be expecting her to pay for his child’s school fees. The original post and it’s many, many responses is here: https://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/am_i_being_unreasonable/2987152-To-think-DP-is-cheeky-to-ask-me-to-pay-for-his-DDs-private-schooling I haven’t read all the responses, […]
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