Amid these difficult times, a separating couple with business interests will face the added complication of how to navigate the complex scenario of valuing and dividing their business. This may be particularly fraught at a time of economic uncertainty and downturn.
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Leigh Beirne is an Associate in our Private Client team advising individuals and families. Here she looks at the whole issue of how care home fees can impact on your assets.
It is possible to change a Will after someone dies, subject to a number of conditions being met. You can change the distribution of a person's estate after their death regardless of whether or not there is a Will in place. The legal process is relatively simple and usually straightforward. The change is recorded in a document known as a "Deed of Variation" (sometimes referred to as a "Deed of Family Arrangement").
Regardless of the nature of your family law case or how you identify potential solicitors, there are some common things to consider which can help you to make the decision but also help give you confidence that you have found the right person to help you.
Generally, where a child has been removed from one country or retained in another country wrongfully, then it would be the practice of the court to grant a return order following the terms set out in the Child Abduction Hague Convention.