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Low-conflict divorces – keeping it civil

16th March 2018
Figures released last year by the Office for National Statistics have shown that while divorces of opposite-sex couples increased 5.8% in 2016 compared with 2015, actual divorce rates in 2016 were over 20% lower than the peak in divorce rates in 2003 and 2004. “Divorce is stressful enough when it’s just the two of you involved,” says Helen Shaw, an… Read more

Hundreds of unmarried couples at risk of losing everything if the relationship breaks down

24th November 2017
A local family lawyers are calling on unmarried couples to take action to protect themselves, as they could be vulnerable if the relationship breaks down. Tallents Solicitors in Newark, Southwell & Mansfield made the calls as part of a national Cohabitation Awareness Week that was led by Resolution, who campaign for a fairer family justice system. Cohabitation Awareness Week from… Read more

Mythbusting grounds for divorce

20th September 2017
From September 2017, court forms will be simpler to complete for those wishing to apply for a divorce without using a solicitor. But the changes only apply to the language being used, not the grounds for divorce or the divorce law itself. Family lawyer, Helen Shaw from Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield, looks at the law governing divorce in more detail.… Read more

Divorce and future financial claims – what you should know

2nd June 2017
Divorce and future financial claims In the news just recently there have been several high-profile divorce cases where the previously agreed financial settlements to the ex-wives have been increased, despite the couples actually divorcing several years earlier. At the end of 2016, Glenn Briers was ordered to pay his ex-wife an additional settlement of £2.7 million, nearly 12 years after… Read more

Tallents Business Review of the Year 2016

16th December 2016
2016 started well as the economy continued to strengthen following the recession. However, the year held some surprises in store for us all with the June European referendum showing that a majority of the UK population wanted to leave the European Union, and the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States in November. For us… Read more