Nowadays, many couples who are planning to get married sign a prenuptial agreement in order to establish and formalise the division of property and support in case of divorce or the death of one of the partners. Prenuptials, colloquially referred to as “pre-nups”, aim to protect both parties’ interests by protecting personal and/or business assets and managing the expectations of everyone involved. [Read more…]
Family Law News & Events
Sadly, despite the jolly associations, Christmas is also the season of divorce and separation. Perhaps it is the enforced merriment or long days spent in the company of their nearest and dearest that makes people reassess fracturing relationships or decide that the proverbial straw has descended onto the camel’s back.
The festive season is fast-approaching, with many looking ahead to the start of 2018, with the annual chance to reflect on the previous year and a fresh, aspirational start with a clean slate.
Divorce proceedings can be a traumatic and highly emotional experience for the two parties involved.
When it comes to the entire cycle of divorce, the couple will have to consider many issues that affect them, but it is also a life-changing event that impacts significantly on their other family members, in particular, their children.
With this in mind, Cordell & Cordell looks to the education system to discover how schools and key members of staff are working to support their pupils through the emotionally turbulent time when their parents are going through divorce proceedings.
Divorce and family law are areas that, as witnessed by the team at Cordell & Cordell, still suffer from significant stereotypical views of men.
This historical mindset continues to play a substantial role in the outcome of family and divorce proceedings.
The catalyst behind the work of the entire team at Cordell & Cordell is constantly striving towards the fair legal representation of men.