The breakdown of a relationship is a challenging and stressful time, even when you and your partner are on relatively good terms.
There are a number of support services we recommend to help manage the strain which comes with relationship breakdown and the significant changes to your and your children’s circumstances. People often go first to friends and family and then perhaps to a lawyer, counsellor or financial advisor. Many people do not feel comfortable talking to their employer about their circumstances and in this blog, we explore how it can be important from both a personal as well as family law and employment law perspectives.
15 February saw the introduction of a new law in New York state which legalises compensated gestational surrogacy arrangements. The Child Parent Security Act (the “Act”) brings in to force a range of provisions which formalise and regulate Surrogacy agreements.
More and more often we are seeing parents wishing to relocate with their child. This could be an international relocation to another country, or it could be relocation a relatively short distance away within the United Kingdom. It is anticipated that the frequency of such relocations is only likely to increase, particularly in a post-Covid world where many are likely to have greater job flexibility and will be reconsidering their current lifestyle and priorities.