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A Legal Costs Allowance from the other party

If you substantially depend on the other party for financial support, we may be able to secure an order that results in them paying for your ongoing legal fees. This is classed as part of your regular maintenance payments. Again, there are some fairly stringent criteria, so talk to us about the process involved.

If you are concerned about how you might pay for your legal costs, contact us for advice. It is always better to pay for the best legal representation you can, rather than cut costs now and lose out further down the line.

Litigation Lending

We work closely with specialised lenders who can advance money to pay your legal costs against the prospect of being repaid from a settlement. There are fairly stringent criteria. However, if you are virtually certain of winning a sizeable amount, but you have insufficient money to get from the start to the finish, it may well be an option in your circumstances.

If you are concerned about how you might pay for your legal costs, contact us for advice. It is always better to pay for the best legal representation you can, rather than cut costs now and lose out further down the line.

A ‘Sears Tooth’ Agreement

A Sears Tooth Agreement is an agreement between solicitor and client that ensures the solicitor is paid for their guidance and actions throughout the divorce without causing financial fears for the client. The solicitor and their client agree that an appropriate amount of the client’s final divorce settlement is provided to the solicitor to meet the fees.

If you are concerned about how you might pay for your legal costs, contact us for advice. It is always better to pay for the best legal representation you can, rather than cut costs now and lose out further down the line.

Family Law in Warrington is a bit of a tough subject for an ordinary individual without any background in law. This is because there is no single, homogenous, codified system of Family Law in the UK. The primary basis of this field of law in the UK is common law. Therefore it is founded upon the acts of parliament and then the higher courts decide on family law cases in order to build precedents. This is why it gets a bit complicated because flip-flopping decisions in very similar cases would lead to a conflict of laws, which must be resolved using sound legal principles. Basically, what you need to understand is that there is no single body of text that covers all of what is known family matters in the UK. There are several pieces of legislation that all fall under the blanket term of Family Law in Warrington

Family Law in Warrington – what do you cover?

First of all, let us take a step backwards and define what exactly comprises these laws as far as the UK is concerned. Therefore, keep in mind that it encompasses all laws in the UK that cover marriage, marital breakdown and the welfare of children. As you can imagine, this results in a lot of confusion. For your information, all of the following laws form part of Family Law in Warrington as far as England and Wales are concerned.

* Adoption and Children Act 2002 (ACA 2002).

* Children and Families Act 2014 (CFA 2014).

* Child Support Act 1991 (CSA 1991) (statutory child maintenance).

* Civil Partnership Act 2004 (CPA 2004) (allows same sex couples to form registered civil partnerships).

* Domicile and Matrimonial Proceedings Act 1973 (DMPA 1973) (jurisdiction disputes within the related jurisdictions of England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and the Isle of Man).

* Family Law Act 1996 (FLA 1996) (Part IV, in relation to family homes and domestic violence).

* Human Rights Act 1998 (incorporating the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) into English law).

* Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013 (M(SSC)A 2013) (allows same sex couples to form marriages).

* Married Women’s Property Act 1882 (declaration of existing property rights).

* Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 (MCA 1973)

* Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984 (MFPA 1984), Part III (financial relief in England and Wales after an overseas divorce).

* Family Law Act 1986 (FLA 1986) (jurisdiction and recognition of orders).

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There are also several UK regulations as well as international laws that relate to family matters and – these too, form part of UK Family Law.

Family Law in Warrington – get in touch

While there is no unified law for matters affecting families in the UK, there is however a single family court that hears and decides family-related cases. If you believe that you have a claim related to family affairs in the UK, it is best to contact a UK-based family lawyer for prompt and accurate legal advice.

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Appleton, Birchwood, Bold Heath, Broomedge, Cadishead, Clock Face, Croft, Culceth, Daresbury, Garston, Glazebury, Great Sankey,

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