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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused nationwide disruption and the Family Court is not alone in having experienced this. It has had to make radical changes, with little notice, to the way in which its business is conducted.
If you are getting divorced or dissolving your civil partnership, a financial dispute resolution appointment may be necessary to decide the future of your respective assets. As such, it's worth learning more about what an FDR is like and the sort of preparation that goes into it.
The breakdown of a relationship is a messy process that sees the finger of blame pointed at multiple parties - which means that courts must consider numerous complex factors when deciding whether the alleged misconduct of either partner should affect the subsequent legal settlement.
Formal written separation agreements can be instrumental in helping couples to avoid the potential downsides and uncertainties that come with separating without a divorce.
When formulating a financial settlement on divorce, the ages of both parties and the length of their relationship are among the most important and influential factors for courts to consider.
When family disputes and legal conflicts arise, those involved should make themselves aware of human rights legislation, as the respective rights of the family members concerned may end up being a key consideration in any legal decision.
What might happen if you are asked to consider altering an existing maintenance arrangement, or if you believe you need to make a change yourself? Getting the right legal advice is essential for obtaining the best possible outcome.