Divorce is not a topic that married, or engaged to be married couples ever want to broach in general conversation. It’s always best to be prepared, so why avoid a discussion that could help your marriage stick in the long run?… Read More
While not legally required, probation periods give employers the time to properly assess a new employee. With this in mind, Ruth Hayward, our employment law specialist, explains what probation periods are and the benefits of making them a part of your personnel policy.… Read More
In the second of our ‘What To Think About…’ series, our family law specialist, Jonathan Gilbert, advises you on what needs to be taken into consideration when drawing up what is commonly referred to as a custody agreement.
I’m going to start this guide by stating three things;
1) If you find yourself in a custody battle, you’ll hear the term ‘child arrangements order’ a lot – a child arrangements order sets out who a child should live with and who he or she should spend time with.
The laws and regulations mediating between landlords and tenants can be a complicated territory, best navigated by professionals and legal councillors. It’s understandable if in many matters, especially if things don’t run smoothly and you enter a dispute, you may feel the need to get some legal advice from a lawyer specializing in property leasing and rentals.… Read More
At one time, the nuclear family was considered the norm – two parents, usually married, and their 2.4 children living happily together. Nowadays, however, the nuclear family is quite the rarity. Changes in family dynamics over the last 40 years or so have seen an increase in single parents, extended families, and same-sex couples.… Read More