Monthly Archives: May 2015

Family Law Mediation – What you need to know

Family mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) which helps you reach decisions about things that are important for you and your family, without having to go through the court process. The Benefits of Family Law Mediation Mediation gives you the opportunity to take your time and think about the issues that are […]

New Service – Self Representation (Litigants in Person)

If you are acting for yourself because you are not eligible for legal aid, or you do not wish to instruct a solicitor to assist you, then you are known by the Court as a “Litigant in Person” or LiP. rhw are very aware of the impact on LiPs of the withdrawal of legal aid […]

Does your Divorce need a Spring Clean before Retirement?

Divorce has been a part of our society for centuries, but over time the expectations and assumptions of divorcing parties has developed and changed. Spousal maintenance is no longer viewed as a guaranteed income for the primary carer of the couple’s children especially when retirement is looming, and the recent pension changes brought in last […]

Election Special – What the Result Means for Family Law

After months of listening to what each party can give to the country after today’s election, it is finally time for the politicians to be quiet for a day to allow everyone to get out there and vote. This year’s lead-up has been one-of-a-kind, with 7 different parties being given a voice on the televised […]