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Name: Franklins Solicitors of Milton Keynes and Northampton

Description: If you are married we can explain to you in straightforward language:
In what circumstances you could claim maintenance for yourself.
In what circumstances a Court can order child maintenance and when you have to apply to the Child Support Agency.
What you can do if you are married and your spouse stops paying the bills,
What claims can be made against pensions,
What differences it makes if the house is in your spouse? sole name and
What steps can be taken to stop your spouse selling the property.
What you can do if your spouse has and is hiding assets or opening bank accounts abroad and
What a "clean break order" means.

If you are an unmarried couple and your relationship has broken down we can tell you:
In what circumstances you could have a claim against your ex-partner?s property.
If you jointly own a property and your partner refuses to agree to sell it, how you could apply to the Court to force a sale.
What the difference is between owning a house jointly as distinct from tenants in common, and
What steps should be taken to protect your interest.

Matters concerning the welfare of a child are now dealt with under the Children Act 1989 and the usual issues are:
Residence
Contact
Parental responsibility
Prohibited steps
Specific issue orders.

Category: Northamptonshire

Url: http://www.franklins-sols.co.uk/

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