19 Feb 2019
Parental alienation, as it has come to be known, is a term that has been used with increasing frequency in the debate over child contact, following the separation of the child(ren)'s parents. Donna Roberts explains.Read more
Our divorce, Family and Children Lawyers in Manchester can be found on Second Floor, Commercial Wharf, 6 Commercial Street, Manchester M15 4PZ. The office is close to the Hilton Hotel and thriving Deansgate. Our clients include a broad range of individuals ranging from high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs, business owners, and sports and media personalities. We also represent families and children in Manchester and the surrounding area whose enquires can range from the division of the family home to negotiating client contact.
Led by Amanda McAlister, our Divorce and Family Law department has a reputation for excellence and our solicitors are members of a variety of prestigious organisations, such as The International Academy of Family Lawyers, Resolution, and the National Association of Arbitrators. Many of the cases in which the team act have an international Family Law element. To enable our clients to take a global approach to their case, we have strategic partnerships with other law firms and specialists around the world McAlister Family Law handles all aspects of divorce law, especially those involving hidden assets, valuable and/or complex corporate structures, complex legal issues, trusts and multiple or disputed jurisdictions. We act equally for those seeking to protect their wealth and those fighting to claim their fair share.
The team is led by Christopher Fairhurst, a member of the Resolution and Law Society Children’s panel. We act for parents, grandparents, step-parents and even the children themselves. Our services cover child arrangements orders, child abduction, adoption and surrogacy.
14 Feb 2019
When married couples separate, the divorce itself is intended to be a straight forward procedure, even more so when no-fault divorce is made law. But with divorce comes the issue of resolving your financial arrangements. Everything relevant is considered: the assets of the marriage, which might be the matrimonial home and/or other properties - perhaps a holiday home - any business interests, savings, investments and, of course, pensions.Read more
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