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No-fault divorce law coming in April 2022

Seeking to put an end to the ‘blame game’, the long awaited ‘no fault’ divorce legislation was given Royal assent and became an Act of Parliament on 25th June 2020. Despite this it is not expected to be implemented until 6th April 2022.

We’re recruiting: Family Solicitor

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Solicitor/Legal Executive to join our Family team. We are looking for a 5+ PQE qualified individual with experience in handling a varied workload including divorce and separation, matrimonial finance and property and an interest in care-related matters.

Sally Hartland

Rotheras’ Family department retains Legal 500 tier 2 ranking

With the recent release of the 2021 Legal 500 UK Guide, Rotheras’ Family department are delighted to have retained their tier 2 ranking, with the team’s Associate Solicitor Sally Hartland acknowledged as a Rising Star for the second year running.

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Lockdown means victims of domestic violence are being made to quarantine with their abusers

The fight against Covid-19 has resulted in the Government announcing stringent restrictions which are impacting significantly on individual’s day to day lives. On 23rd March 2020, the Prime Minister imposed ‘lockdown’ restrictions which meant that we are all being told to stay home, away from others, except those we live with. One of the unfortunate […]

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The Impact of Covid-19 on Separated and Divorced Parents

Rotheras Trainee Solicitor Jasmine Jackson outlines the potential impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak on divorced and separated parents. Highlighting in particular some of the challenges they may face in regard to child arrangement orders.

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