Category - Family law

Parental rights fit for a prince?

Posted, 16 October 2018 by Emma Somerville in Views
Categories: Family law

Parental rights and responsibilities can always be a bit of a tricky concept, but who has these rights and how do you acquire them? Following this week’s royal baby news, Emma Somerville from our family team tells us more.

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Exhumation — taking your loved ones with you

Posted, 24 September 2018 by Emma Somerville in Views
Categories: Family law | Private client

More commonly the topic of detective series than dinner table chat, the process of exhumation can be a bit of a mystery. Emma Somerville from our family team tells us more.

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Ready....set.....bake! The rise of the ‘blended’ family.

Posted, 10 September 2018 by Emma Somerville in Views
Categories: Family law

What does the perfect sponge have to do with bringing new families together? Family law associate Emma Somerville explains.

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Bringing people into the countryside — the key to building a sustainable rural business

Posted, 10 May 2018 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Corporate | Family law | Private client | Rural

How can specialist advisors help rural businesses in an ever-more complex and competitive market? Director of rural business, Linda Tinson, explains.

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What’s in a name?

Posted, 15 March 2018 by Marion McDonald in Views
Categories: Family law

Surnames are important, for practical reasons as well as being a link to family and identity. But what if separating parents can’t agree on what name their children should use?

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A capital idea - new opportunities for farm businesses

Posted, 13 March 2018 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Family law | Private client | Rural

What will our future agricultural, land and environmental policies look like? And how do we build a sustainable future?

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Date of separation — what a difference a day makes

Posted, 08 December 2017 by Emma Somerville in Views
Categories: Family law

For couples, lack of understanding of, or agreement on, the date of separation can have significant financial implications, solicitor Emma Somerville explains.

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Controlling the controllables - building a sustainable farming sector

Posted, 18 September 2017 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Family law | Private client | Rural

Given current political and economic uncertainty, it has arguably never been more important for the rural sector to invest in a sustainable future.

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