Can a grandparent apply for a child arrangement order

There are a variety of reasons why grandparents may become excluded from a child’s life, including family disputes and breakdowns… [Read More…]

March 5, 2021 By Rosewood Solicitors

Comparison of how married couples and cohabiting couples are treated by the law when they end their relationships

Married couples have two legal processes to complete when they decide to divorce; the divorce itself and reaching a financial… [Read More…]

January 29, 2021 By Rosewood Solicitors

“You must stay at home”

There has been much confusion by the government guidelines relating to COVID019 with constant variations between lockdowns and other rules…. [Read More…]

November 30, 2020 By Rosewood Solicitors

Transgender Parents and Contact Rights

On 30th January 2017, a High Court Judge denied a transgender parent direct contact with her five children.  The judge concluded… [Read More…]

February 2, 2017 By Rosewood Solicitors

Domestic Violence and the New Law

“Our new coercive or controlling behaviour offence will protect victims who would otherwise be subjected to sustained patterns of abuse… [Read More…]

January 22, 2017 By Rosewood Solicitors

Advice on How to talk to your Child/Children During Divorce Proceedings

At Rosewood Solicitors we are aware that divorce proceedings can be a difficult time for both parties and even more… [Read More…]

November 13, 2016 By Rosewood Solicitors

The Myth of the “Common Law Marriage”

The fastest-growing type of family in the UK are people who are living together without being married.  The Office for National… [Read More…]

November 7, 2016 By Rosewood Solicitors

Make Sure You Marry Right

Thinking of getting married in a foreign country?  This may seem an attractive alternative, but make sure you do it… [Read More…]

November 7, 2016 By Rosewood Solicitors