Our Blogs - Family Law

Collins & Hoy welcome our latest addition to the team, senior solicitor Lisa Mowle

We would like to welcome the newest member of the […]

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Why are more couples choosing birdnesting after divorce?

In a family law context, birdnesting or simply nesting allows […]

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Significant changes to the Family Procedure Rules from 29th April 2024

The Family Procedure Rules (FPR) saw significant changes on the […]

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The Family Court will see court fees increase in May 2024

Families involved in proceedings at the Family Court will see […]

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Have the first 3 years of the Mediation Voucher Scheme been a success?

Launched in March 2021, the Mediation Voucher Scheme was introduced […]

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Government scraps plans to make mediation mandatory for separating parents

The Ministry of Justice has announced that the government is […]

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The PSLA provide updated guidance on pension sharing for divorcing couples

The Pension and Lifetime Savings Association (PSLA) has provided updated […]

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Collins & Hoy are proud to support Family Mediation Week 2024

Family Mediation Week 2024 will run from the 22nd to […]

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If you are considering filing for divorce in January, what should you do?

The first working Monday of January is widely dubbed ‘Divorce […]

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How can divorced or separated parents plan child contact over Christmas?

The festive period can be stressful for separated parents so […]

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Collins & Hoy supports Resolution’s Vision for Family Justice

We are proud to support the work of Resolution’s Vision […]

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Resolution’s Awareness Week will focus on couples living together

Resolution is an organisation that represents professionals in the family […]

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