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Name: Kingsley Napley

Description: Family issues cover a wide spectrum. These include: relationship breakdown, its effects on children, and its legal and financial aspects; child abduction; protecting family assets from a husband/wife; domestic violence; prenuptial agreements; and mediation.

We give expert advice and help in all these matters, often as a matter of urgency. Circumstances vary, but our clients or their partners/spouses tend to have substantial assets and are often in the public eye. They come to us to have matters resolved quickly, pragmatically and cost-effectively.

Although your marriage may have broken down, divorce is not the only option. Whilst for the vast majority of couples a divorce is the sensible way to formalise their separation, you may consider that it is not appropriate for you and your spouse. For example, you may hold religious beliefs which do not countenance divorce, you may want to separate for two years before divorcing or be unable to divorce at present as you have not yet been married for 12 months.

Judicial separation is a formal separation obtained from the court which brings to an end your obligations as a spouse. The process is similar to a divorce except there is no final decree ending the marriage. You remain married to your spouse but under no obligation to live with them.

Category: London

Url: http://www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/

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