Monday, 20 October 2014

Tips for Avoiding a Messy Divorce

Divorce is a sad ending for any marriage, yet it can also be the only logical solution for a troubled one. Due to the intense emotions involved, however, the entire process can be rather tumultuous. Here are some helpful tips to prevent divorce from getting out of hand in terms of cost and duration.

Get a good solicitor

Asset division is not the only hurdle divorcing couples face; they also have to decide how much time each party gets to spend with their children. As such, they should hire experienced family solicitors who can help them sort out this unsavoury but necessary detail.

Thursday, 16 October 2014

London Divorce Solicitors Provide Tips for Avoiding a Messy Divorce

Nannies are hired to care for children, but in the course of their duties, they also gain intimate insights into the married lives of their employers. Such was the case for Carmen Michalska, who got a “ringside view” of the costly divorce of billionaire couple Elena Ambrosiadou and Martin Coward. An article from shared her experience of serving as nanny to the power couple’s only child during the tumultuous proceedings. That last part was indeed the biggest sticking point in the divorce case, which was concluded only last September after eight years of litigation and £19 million in legal costs. Of course, all divorces are unpleasant, but they don’t have to play out like a siege, as what happened in Ambrosiadou and Coward’s split.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

When Deportation Looms, London Immigration Solicitors Provide Hope

The U.K. is one of the best places in the world to live in, which is why many immigrants settle here. To lawfully reside in England, though, one must be authorised by the Home Office first or else face deportation. However, as this article from proves, immigrant children—by some weird twist in the bureaucratic process—can still be deported even if their parents have already been granted British citizenship. The piece adds that the Warring family had already spent £5,000 in legal fees to keep the 30-year-old dad in the country. His two previously applications for indefinite leave to remain (ILR) were rejected and he also lost the subsequent appeals.

Friday, 10 October 2014

How Solicitors Can Help Appeal Against Deportation

Whether for work, educational, or asylum purposes, the United Kingdom draws hundreds of thousands of immigrants each year. However, relocating to this great country the legal way is no easy task. To lawfully reside in England, one must be authorised by the Home Office first or else face deportation. In fact, even children whose parents have already been granted British citizenship can still be deported.