The Court of Appeal has reiterated that domestic abuse could mean far more than just violence and included behaviour that could affect the welfare of children even if they were not the direct victims. The issue arose in four conjoined appeals involving allegations of domestic abuse by one parent against the other. In giving judgments,
Military Service Persons
Machins Solicitors LLP have experience in providing bespoke and tailored legal advice to those who serve or have served in the military.
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Divorce and separation is a difficult process, and with the extra complexities that come with military life, and the intricacy of military pensions, it may provide some comfort that the solicitors at Machins are familiar with these problems and can provide an initial free consultation to all military persons.
If you or your partner or spouse serve in the military, you may encounter additional difficulties and stresses that come with divorce and separation, including; both internal and external relocation, long periods of separation, and difficulty in arranging and facilitating child contact.
Machins offer a solution based approach when dealing with the breakdown of a relationship, and work with parties to reach an amicable and fair settlement. A divorce can have long term effects on the parties separating, and any children involved. Machins will work with you to ensure that any financial settlement reached will consider all assets including pension contributions, whilst ensuring the needs of any child of the relationship are met.
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Some couples who would love to have children together find it difficult or impossible to conceive. Arranging for a surrogate to carry their baby can be a wonderful way to make the dream of starting a family come true. However, it is important for all parties to be aware of the legal aspects of surrogacy.
Mediation is a process to help you resolve your family differences such as your finances or arrangements for your children upon separation without going to court. It is not relationship counselling.