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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

Relationships and Relocations

Upon breakdown of a relationship it is not uncommon for one party to wish to relocate to a different country, either for better employment opportunities or to return to his or her roots where he or she perhaps has family or friends. However, where a separated couple have children, such a decision is not straightforward. 

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Matrimonial Property and Divorce – ‘Who Gets What?’

One of the most pressing concerns for individuals going through a divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership is ‘who gets what’ when it comes to the division of matrimonial property.

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Child Support

Upon separation of a couple there is an obligation on the non-resident parent to pay child maintenance or child support to the resident parent in relation to any children under the age of 16 years or under the age of 18 years if they are still in full-time education.  Beyond the age of 18, both parents still have an obligation to support their children financially if they are in full-time education and until the age of 25.  If a child resides with one parent for four or more nights per week, on average, then that parent will be treated as the resident parent for child maintenance purposes and the other parent will be regarded as the non-resident parent. 

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Child Support

Upon separation of a couple there is an obligation on the non-resident parent to pay child maintenance or child support to the resident parent in relation to any children under the age of 16 years or under the age of 18 years if they are still in full-time education. Beyond the age of 18, both parents still have an obligation to support their children financially if they are in full-time education and until the age of 25. If a child resides with one parent for four or more nights per week, on average, then that parent will be treated as the resident parent for child maintenance purposes and the other parent will be regarded as the non-resident parent.

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