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The Barder Principle in Appealing Consent Orders and Final Orders

The Barder principle comes from the 1987 case of Barder v Barder, and allows a family law court to exercise its discretion to grant leave to appeal a Consent Order or a Final Order, out of time. For such an appeal to succeed, certain conditions must be satisfied

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How to choose your perfect divorce solicitor?

Having advised & represented thousands of people going through divorce, it may be useful if I share some of my own experiences with you and highlight a few factors you should consider when choosing the right solicitor for you.

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Immigration

British Citizenship By Descent

We often get asked how a person might ‘inherit’ British Nationality. This is most often a question that arises for children born outside the UK to one or more parents who are British nationals. In summary every British citizen is either a British citizen otherwise than by descent or a British citizen by descent. This […]

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Solicitors Firm

Advice on Mortgage Payment Holidays during Covid19 (coronavirus)

Depending on your individual circumstances, there may be alternative solutions available to you before taking the payment holiday

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Solicitors Firm

Covid19 Update for accessing the courts during the pandemic

Covid19 Update – 20th April 2020 Updated GuidanceThe Lord Chief Justice, Master of the Rolls and President of the Family Division produced a message about conducting remote hearings: Click HereThis was then followed by a message from Mostyn J and HHJ Hess about financial remedy proceedings: Click HereThe FLBA produced their own message clarifying the President’s: Click HereHMCTS […]