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Alison Craggs sets out important points to consider when advising a transgender client.
Leading law firm Blake Morgan has today published research which shows the dual family challenge faced by many people in the ‘sandwich’ generation.
Today’s Supreme Court decision is a big step in the right direction to reform the rights of cohabitees and ‘common-law’ spouses.
It is perhaps not necessary to define adultery as it is commonly used! Interestingly however, the legal definition and use of adultery is complex once considered carefully. Our expert looks in more detail.
When dividing the matrimonial finances a tricky area can often be how to treat the parties' pension provision. What is the law surrounding this area?
We at Blake Morgan have blogged before on the importance of making a Will if you want to control what happens to your estate after death. But what actually makes a Will a 'good' or 'proper' one that does what you want it to do? Is legal jargon necessary?
It is a common misconception that a solicitor specialising in family law is just a 'divorce lawyer'. This is far from the reality; the practice of family law is extremely varied...
The Brexit vote will likely have a knock-on effect on a range of family matters governed by the current system, which pulls together strands of EU and domestic legislation into a single Family law regime.
Many family solicitors will be relieved about the recent ruling in the case of Minkin V Lesley Landsberg.