liverpool family lawyer

Family Law News

For free initial advice on all aspects of family law contact us today.

Partners are the main source of emotional support

A recent survey has found that most people turn to their partners for emotional support in times of need. Data from Understanding Society, a study of 40,000 UK households, found that nine out of ten people who were married or cohabiting would talk to their partner about their worries when a problem crops up.

Continue reading
1772 Hits
0 Comments

UK family and household structure

The Office for National Statistics has published a bulletin presenting annual statistics on family and household structure in the UK. A family is a married, civil partnered or cohabiting couple with or without children, or a lone parent with at least one child. Children may be dependent or non-dependent. Types of family include married couple families, cohabiting couple families and lone parent families.

Continue reading
8950 Hits
0 Comments

Family structures in Ireland

One-in-three families in Ireland departs from the traditional model of a married couple both of whom are in their first marriage. This is one of many findings to emerge from the most detailed statistical study to-date of the structure of Irish families, which has recently been published.

Continue reading
1704 Hits
0 Comments

Supreme Court rules on division of property for cohabitees

The Supreme Court has ruled on the correct approach to calculating beneficial interests in property where the legal title to the property is held in joint names by an unmarried couple but there is no express statement of how it is to be shared.

Continue reading
6971 Hits
0 Comments

Variety is now the spice of mid-life

The characteristics of mid-life have seen big changes over recent decades, according to a report published by the Office for National Statistics.

Continue reading
2524 Hits
0 Comments

Enquire now

Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input

Please tick the box below.

Invalid Input

Pick tick to confirm you have read this.