McHale & Co. Solicitors Blog

On 21st February, the Court of Appeal rejected the application of Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan to enter into a civil partnership, by a narrow majority of two to one.

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

You would have thought that the above statement would not need to be justified but, unfortunately, it seems that it has become somewhat overlooked in recent times.

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

The recent decision in MH v MH by Mr Justice Abbot at the High Court in Ireland could change the way Solicitors will consider providing divorce documents to the court especially if there is some urgency.

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

It only seems like yesterday that we were putting the tree and decorations away and starting our New Year diets but all of a sudden it’s here again! That time of the year when we are forced to enjoy ourselves and spend time with our families - wheth…

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

It is now well accepted in modern day society that couples live together before marrying. This has created demand for pre-marital arrangements, especially where one party brings more to the dinner table than the other.

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

Lindsey Britland one of our Family Solicitors highlighted how important advocacy skills are in helping progress matters without delay and additional costs when she secured extra contact for dad and his two young children of 4 and 7.

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

The Supreme Court judgment in Wyatt v Vince has caused quite a stir since it was handed down on the 11 March 2015.

Categories: Divorce & Family Law

The court fee for commencing divorce proceedings is set to increase from £410 to £550. A huge rise that will not go down well with those looking to divorce. Whilst no date has been finalised The Ministry of Justice have indicated this will be later…

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Tags: Court Fees
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