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This article was published on December 2nd, 2019
Family law matters can often be complex. Divorce, financial settlements, pre-nuptial agreements and more can have a lasting impact on both couples and the wider members of a family.
Family Law specialist solicitor Chris Bowen from our team here at Thorneycroft, recently appeared on Silk 106.9 to discuss your family law matters. You can catch his full interview and get the answers to your questions below.
“My husband and I have decided to separate. How do I ensure I get my fair share of everything and that my husband pays the correct level of child maintenance?”
“I married my husband in Australia, we are both British and since separating we have both moved back to the UK. Can we get divorced in England or does our divorce have to go through the courts in Australia?”
“We separated with a view of getting a divorce. We are stuck on the issue of maintenance for our children. Does maintenance end when a child turns 18?”
If you have any questions about any of the advice you have heard in this Legal Hour session or you are in need of advice relating to family law matters not mentioned by Chris in this Silk 106.9 session, our family law team will be happy to help.
We offer you expert and affordable solutions on all family law matters including:
To speak to a member of our team please call us for free today on 0800 1979 345 or complete our online enquiry form by clicking here and a member of our legal team will arrange to contact you at a time that is more suitable for you.
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