Winners of the Legal Marketing & Promotional Video of the Year
Watson Thomas are delighted to be announced the Winner of the Legal Marketing & Promotional Video of the Year, one of the 8 categories in the Legal Industry Video Awards 2014.
Family Dispute Resolution Week starts 24th November
Resolution's biggest public-facing campaign of the year, Family Dispute Resolution Week, launched on 24th November.
Marriage Separation and Divorce is devastating. But it doesn't have to be. There is a better way for you, your family and your children, which family law organisation Resolution is highlighting as part of Family Dispute Resolution Week 24-28 November. Take a few minutes to view the campaign video.
Grounds for Divorce - ‘Unreasonable Behaviour’
To file for divorce you need to prove there has been an irretrievable breakdown in your marriage and ‘unreasonable behaviour’ serves as one of the five grounds for divorce.
Unreasonable behaviour varies from person to person but examples of the types of unreasonable behaviour often cited within Divorce Proceedings are as follows:
What is Spousal Maintenance?
Part of the divorce process requires you both to come to an agreement on financial matters; how assets and debts will be divided, and what maintenance payments (if any) are required to be paid.
Spousal maintenance provides some financial security for the spouse who is unable to support themselves without additional support payments.
Matrimonial Home Rights – What are they?
For most people, the home that they share with their spouse, and possibly their children, will be their single most valuable asset. It is extremely common, for panic to set in when a marriage breaks down if the property is held solely in the name of your spouse. We appreciate that this can leave some parties feeling extremely vulnerable and frightened of what their rights are. Please rest assured, at the very least, you will have matrimonial home rights in the property, which mean that you are allowed to occupy the property without being disturbed. You may also be entitled to a share in the equity even though your name is not registered at the Land Registry.