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Divorce

No Fault Divorce – What you need to take into consideration and know

At long last, the new ‘’No fault’’ divorce will come into law on the 6th April 2022. What you need to know about the new procedure:   The divorce can no longer be contested by the Respondent in the proceedings. The existing grounds established on the 5 facts are being replaced with a singular requirement …

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Family Court Fees

Family Court Fees

The introduction of Court Fees (Miscellaneous Amendments) Order 2021 has now increased certain court fees for the first time since 2016. The court fees are increasing due to inflation. The following increases will have effect: – The fee for filing a petition for a divorce, a nullity or civil partnership dissolution will increase from £550 …

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Christmas is the time for sharing

The 3C’s for parenting and sharing care over Christmas

Christmas is the time for sharing! 1. Co-operation Even with an organised plan, unforeseen circumstances do occur. In this regard, we encourage you to work together to get an amicable settlement. At Adel Jibs, we understand that last-minute changes often occur and upset the balance of your Christmas and New Year festivity and as a …

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Should I use a Solicitor for Probate

Should I use a Solicitor for Probate: 5 Reasons to use a Solicitor for Probate

5 Reasons to Use a Solicitor for Probate   The pandemic changed so many things for us all, at Adel Jibs & Co Solicitors, probate solicitors in Enfield, we are receiving enquiries about the use of solicitors in probate matters. Although it is possible to administer an estate without legal assistance, we don’t recommend it. …

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Inheritance Tax -v- Divorce Settlement

Sismey v Salandron: Can a claim under the Inheritance Act supersede divorce settlements?

Can a claim under the Inheritance Act supersede divorce settlements? The Court has considered for the first time, whether the terms of a divorce settlement can be enforced as against a claim for reasonable provision under section 11 of the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 (“the Act”). The case of Sismey v …

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