ADVERTISING FEATUREWhySeparation and Divorce LEGAL NEWSLEGAL NEWSshould be a civilised affirud ol egidfnWhat happens at the end of a lease canbe more expensive to sort out than takingthe lease in the first place! You may or maynot have 'security of tenure' dependingon whether certain forms were served onyouby the landlord before theare all members of Resolution which meansiencing the anxiety and loss ha thof a relationship ending and suffering sleeplessto solving your problems in ato give you the best advice and are committedend in divore of the legal court battle and the legal fees thatand for many it can be the most traumatic time go with t. They understand the emotionalcan help ease the pain and will work withwhen the decision has been made, it can take you to achieve the best outcome possible forAlmost 50% of all marriagesdivorcein their lives. Months and sometimes years arespent deciding whether to separate and then,Even if you have security the landlordcan oppose the grant of a new leaseto each client and we willdown to fear of the unknown and what lwill be like after the separation. Not to mentionneverwhat you'lOut of hours appointmeSharing Property witlhthe Elderlya limited period I am offering a selectedThe truth is there is no easy way out. number of potential clients anHowever, the have a big impact oneam for a free initial consultation to discusSh legal toam is kafutreyour new life. is in your hands. situationtheoptiondemandnathanaknow offer m oF lyLawFamily Law Solicitoe Teresa Payne,answer to rising property prices andconcerns over care for the elderlybut people contemplating such aarrangement should be aware of the legaland practical problems which may arise.There are a number of different waysr and the appointments will book up very quickly. RER CONSULTATIONcan help you achieve thebeFor further information and to apply for ather to secure youran experienced and trusted FREE CONSULTATION lustaliow you to make informed Cpon and post it to theof pitfalls, whether legal, financial orMaking an Inheritance Actclaim to challenge a will orTheyfamilyeparfittcresswell.commthe Rules of IntestacyCourt of Appeal's landmark ruling moves away fromequal division of assets in short marriagesGenerally, we are free to dispose of ourassets as we want to. However, the lawdoesdHa·40,--forPreviously when couples divorced and hlf the available assets as there was no reason Since 2000 and the case of White v White, therecontemplated splitting the matrimonial assets, identified to move away from the equal division has been a clear understanding that the startingthere was a clear principle in place which of assets principle. The wife would not acoept point when couples divorce and consider financialstated that the starting point should be an equal ruling and successfully appealed to the settlements is an equal division of the assets. Thedivision. However, the recent Court of Appeal Court of Appeal. Consequently, the amout xstage is to consider whether there are reasonscase of Sharp v. Sharp has ruled that in certain he husband would receive was reduced to two to depart from this principle under what is knownhave been financially dependant on theThis protection comes in the shape ofthe Inheritance(Provision for Familyand Dependants Act ) 1975, knownas the Inheritance Act. The Act isthe principle of equal division milon pounds.as the section 25 considerations. The key pointof assets on divorce will not apply. Previously The Court of Appeal stated that this appeal does that the length of the marriage- long or shortthere had been no distinction between a short no remove the principle of equal division of was irrelevant. Now couples will need to consideror long marriage. In this case, the couple had assets in financial cases which will be relevant for whether they fall into this 'short marriage category.been married for four years before separating the vast majority of couples, but established that To do that they will need to know how long a shortthere were no children and the couple werethere is a fringe of cases that may le outside of the marriae is and at what stage in a marriage thefinancially independent of each other. They equal sharing principle. Lord Justice Mcarlae equal division of assets applyeach earned around £100k per annum and the stated, "short marriage, no childrem, dual income Towife also had bonuses of £10.2 million during and separate finances are sufficient to justify a the family law solicitors at Parfitt Cswell any of the above points.the course of the marriage. Initially the familycourt ruled that the husband should receive Theimpact of the ruling will cause some uncertainty. familyeparfittcresswell.compartners, cohabitees and other survivingdependants who have been left to copethe family law solicitors at Pathone of teams can help oprience lealplease telephone 01753 271 640 or email Please call 01753 271640 or emailarrange an initial consultation withdeparture from the equal sharing principle"Windsoreparfittcresswell.comWILLS, PROBATE, POWER OF ATTORNEY,TRUST & TAX AND ELDERLY CLIENT SERVICESCALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION: 01753 271640APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE AT WINDSOR, READING, LONDON, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, EDENBRIDGE AND HAYWARDS HEATHKEENC MARNANo, MAX BARFORO & JEvce Ruty & PO E ARE TRADAOG NAMESPARSITT RESS MIL AUTHORi5ID AND REGULATED av tHE SOLICITORS REGULATION.tORsrv

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ADVERTISING FEATURE Why Separation and Divorce LEGAL NEWS LEGAL NEWS should be a civilised affirud ol egidfn What happens at the end of a lease can be more expensive to sort out than taking the lease in the first place! You may or may not have 'security of tenure' depending on whether certain forms were served on you by the landlord before the are all members of Resolution which means iencing the anxiety and loss ha th of a relationship ending and suffering sleepless to solving your problems in a to give you the best advice and are committed end in divore of the legal court battle and the legal fees that and for many it can be the most traumatic time go with t. They understand the emotional can help ease the pain and will work with when the decision has been made, it can take you to achieve the best outcome possible for Almost 50% of all marriages divorce in their lives. Months and sometimes years are spent deciding whether to separate and then, Even if you have security the landlord can oppose the grant of a new lease to each client and we will down to fear of the unknown and what l will be like after the separation. Not to mention never what you'l Out of hours appointme Sharing Property witlh the Elderly a limited period I am offering a selected The truth is there is no easy way out. number of potential clients an However, the have a big impact oneam for a free initial consultation to discusSh legal toam is kafutre your new life. is in your hands. situation theoption demandnathanaknow offer m oF lyLaw Family Law Solicitoe Teresa Payne, answer to rising property prices and concerns over care for the elderly but people contemplating such a arrangement should be aware of the legal and practical problems which may arise. There are a number of different ways r and the appointments will book up very quickly. RER CONSULTATION can help you achieve the be For further information and to apply for a the r to secure your an experienced and trusted FREE CONSULTATION lust aliow you to make informed Cpon and post it to the of pitfalls, whether legal, financial or Making an Inheritance Act claim to challenge a will or They familyeparfittcresswell.com m the Rules of Intestacy Court of Appeal's landmark ruling moves away from equal division of assets in short marriages Generally, we are free to dispose of our assets as we want to. However, the law does dHa· 40,-- for Previously when couples divorced and hlf the available assets as there was no reason Since 2000 and the case of White v White, there contemplated splitting the matrimonial assets, identified to move away from the equal division has been a clear understanding that the starting there was a clear principle in place which of assets principle. The wife would not acoept point when couples divorce and consider financial stated that the starting point should be an equal ruling and successfully appealed to the settlements is an equal division of the assets. The division. However, the recent Court of Appeal Court of Appeal. Consequently, the amout xstage is to consider whether there are reasons case of Sharp v. Sharp has ruled that in certain he husband would receive was reduced to two to depart from this principle under what is known have been financially dependant on the This protection comes in the shape of the Inheritance(Provision for Family and Dependants Act ) 1975, known as the Inheritance Act. The Act is the principle of equal division milon pounds. as the section 25 considerations. The key point of assets on divorce will not apply. Previously The Court of Appeal stated that this appeal does that the length of the marriage- long or short there had been no distinction between a short no remove the principle of equal division of was irrelevant. Now couples will need to consider or long marriage. In this case, the couple had assets in financial cases which will be relevant for whether they fall into this 'short marriage category. been married for four years before separating the vast majority of couples, but established that To do that they will need to know how long a short there were no children and the couple werethere is a fringe of cases that may le outside of the marriae is and at what stage in a marriage the financially independent of each other. They equal sharing principle. Lord Justice Mcarlae equal division of assets apply each earned around £100k per annum and the stated, "short marriage, no childrem, dual income To wife also had bonuses of £10.2 million during and separate finances are sufficient to justify a the family law solicitors at Parfitt Cswell any of the above points. the course of the marriage. Initially the family court ruled that the husband should receive Theimpact of the ruling will cause some uncertainty. familyeparfittcresswell.com partners, cohabitees and other surviving dependants who have been left to cope the family law solicitors at Pathone of teams can help oprience leal please telephone 01753 271 640 or email Please call 01753 271640 or email arrange an initial consultation with departure from the equal sharing principle" Windsoreparfittcresswell.com WILLS, PROBATE, POWER OF ATTORNEY,TRUST & TAX AND ELDERLY CLIENT SERVICES CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION: 01753 271640 APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE AT WINDSOR, READING, LONDON, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, EDENBRIDGE AND HAYWARDS HEATH KEENC MARNANo, MAX BARFORO & JEvce Ruty & PO E ARE TRADAOG NAMES PARSITT RESS MIL AUTHORi5ID AND REGULATED av tHE SOLICITORS REGULATION. tORsrv

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