Cordell & Cordell divorce solicitor Karim Assaad recently wrote a guest column for The Divorce Magazine explaining what fathers need to know about child maintenance in the United Kingdom.
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Cordell & Cordell divorce solicitor Karim Assaad recently wrote a guest column for The Divorce Magazine about what divorcing fathers can do to ensure that their relationships with their children are not interrupted or disrupted by their ex-partner.
Cordell & Cordell divorce solicitor Karim Assaad discusses Section 91 (14) applications. These applications are under the Children’s Act of 1989 and are designed to stop one parent from having any contact or making any application to the court with respect to the child.
Cordell & Cordell Cordell & Cordell UK divorce solicitor Karim Assaad explains how various factors come into play when a court considers financial remedy applications.
When determining child arrangements and deciding a child’s best interests, the court will look at a number of factors.
Resolution, an organisation of 6,500 family lawyers and other professions in England and Wales, who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters, recently interviewed Cordell & Cordell solicitor Karim Assaad for its August issue of The Review about Cordell & Cordell’s launch in the United Kingdom. In the interview, Mr. Assaad explained
The Telegraph recently interviewed Cordell & Cordell divorce solicitors in an article highlighting the firm’s commitment to representing men and fathers in divorce. The story explained how laws in the UK affirming the equal rights of both parents have replaced outdated statutes such as the Tender Years doctrine, but attitudes still lag behind. Separated and divorced