Tags: family law

My ex-partner is not complying with the Child Arrangements Order – what can I do?

June 30, 2022

A Child Arrangements Order is a court order which details who a child will spend time with and for how long, but if the other parent isn’t adhering to the Order, what can you do?

Coercive and controlling behaviour in family proceedings

June 14, 2022

The family Court is increasingly being asked to deal with cases where allegations of coercive and controlling behaviour are being made. But what is it and how will the Court deal with those cases?

Family Mediators Welcome Additional Funding for Voucher Scheme

June 10, 2022

Top 150 law firm Trethowans welcomes the further £5.4m investment the government is making into the family mediation voucher scheme, to provide a brighter future for thousands of families.

What can I do if my children are refusing to see the other parent?

May 27, 2022

It can be difficult to know what to do if your children are refusing to see their other parent, but there are some steps you can take which may help. Child law specialist Dawn Gore explains.

‘The Split’ How realistic is the BBC Drama part 2!

May 24, 2022

Podcast episode 9 with Rosie Beaven and Helen Clarkson.

Where do I stand financially if we separate or divorce?

May 16, 2022

Separating from your spouse can be a very uncertain and daunting time. The law surrounding the division of your finances can be very complex and legal advice should be sought early on. At Trethowans, we offer a 30 minute free initial conversation. Get in touch today if you would like to discuss your situation with us.

What is parental alienation?

April 28, 2022

Podcast episode 8 with Laura Bell and Dawn Gore.

‘The Split’ – how realistic is the BBC drama?

April 28, 2022

Podcast episode 7 with Rosie Beaven and Helen Clarkson.

Bonus Episode: The lowdown on no-fault divorce

April 6, 2022

Bonus podcast episode 6 with Helen Clarkson and Grant Cameron.

No Fault Divorce is finally here, but what does it mean?

March 30, 2022

As a Family Law Solicitor, I have heard the phrase ‘No Fault Divorce’ bandied around for nearly 3 years. Whilst I was a little apprehensive at the start, I soon came around to the idea that No Fault Divorce will enable a more amicable and constructive approach to divorce and separation.