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Family Law: Child Arrangements for Christmas

Posted on November 7th 2023

At Oliver & Co, we have a dedicated team that can assist you in making arrangements for your children over the festive period as transparent and straightforward as possible. If you do not currently have clear arrangements for how your child/children’s time is to be...

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What is Family Mediation and how can it help divorcing couples?

Posted on January 16th 2023

Our ethos at Oliver and Co Solicitors is to try to ensure that every family matter is dealt with in an amicable and non-confrontational way, if possible. Everyone should explore and understand the benefits of mediation as an alternative to litigation before they embark upon...

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Is there such a thing as a good divorce?

Posted on November 29th 2022

Resolution is an organisation of family lawyers and other professionals who all adhere to a Code of Practice, promoting a constructive approach to Family Law matters. This Code of Practice ensures that they do not act in such a way as to make a relationship...

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Child Arrangements for Christmas

Posted on November 25th 2022

  For many, Christmas is a joyous time to spend with family. However, we understand that planning for children over Christmas with an ex-partner can be quite challenging. At Oliver and Co, we have a dedicated team that make the process as transparent and straightforward...

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Britney Spears and Sam Asghari Prenuptial Agreement

Posted on July 13th 2022

Britney Spears and her fiancé, Sam Asghari, recently tied the knot and reportedly entered into a Prenuptial Agreement before their wedding on 9th June 2022.  It is suggested that, within the Prenuptial Agreement, Britney will keep all the wealth that she amassed prior to the...

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What is the law doing to protect victims of Domestic Abuse?

Posted on April 14th 2022

The Coronavirus pandemic has been a strenuous time and has made victims of Domestic Abuse even more isolated. The Law has various ways to protect a victim of Domestic Abuse and there is more legislation being implemented to further safeguard victims. If you are a...

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No-Fault Divorce

Posted on March 10th 2022

The Law is changing on 6th April 2022.  Our current “Fault-based” divorce system will be replaced by a “No-Fault-based” divorce system. What is No-Fault Divorce? There is only one ground for divorce, which is that a marriage has “irretrievably broken down”. Under our current Law,...

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Who keeps the dog? Pets and Divorce

Posted on August 13th 2021

Since the start of the pandemic, with working from home becoming the new norm, it is estimated that there has been a boom with the number of couples and families welcoming pets into their homes. A reported 3.2 million UK households are believed to have...

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Why choose mediation?

Posted on May 6th 2021

Mediation plays an important role within the justice system, and most notably in family disputes, whether this is regarding issues with money, property, or children. You can always try mediation before you turn to a solicitor, as it is often a quicker, cheaper, and less...

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Nuptial Agreements: Not just for the “mega rich”

Posted on April 15th 2021

For the majority of people, when they see the word “prenup”, they believe they relate only to the rich and famous who wish to protect their assets on divorce. However, in recent years, it has become more common for individuals to make enquiries of a...

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