Separation is never easy, but if you and your former partner own property together, the situation can be even more complicated. If you have been living with a partner, but you are not married, the legal term is ‘cohabitation’. When cohabitees separate, they are not afforded the same protections in law as married couples who
Farnfields Family Law – Team Update
Although present restrictions mean that we are unable to undertake face to face meetings, and while our doors may be closed, we are very much open for business, and we are continuing to offer support to existing and new clients during this difficult time.
Farnfields Family Team is fully operational with all of our staff working remotely. Rather than face to face meetings, we can offer appointments via telephone or via video conferencing facilities and will continue to provide guidance and support to all existing and new clients. We also continue to offer free initial 30 minute consultations to new clients by telephone or video conferencing. For any enquiries, please get in touch with your lawyer contact at Farnfields’ local offices, or Catherine Savage, who is our primary contact for new enquiries – firstname.lastname@example.org