Understanding Annulments in the UK: A brief Guide

Introduction In the realm of family law annulments stand as a legal process that, when granted, declares a marriage null and void, as if it never existed. While divorce is the more common means of ending a marriage, annulments serve a different purpose altogether. In this brief guide, we will be exploring what these  are, […]

Importance Of Mediation

Mediation refers to a voluntary and confidential process where an impartial third party, known as a mediator, helps individuals or parties in conflict to communicate, understand each other’s perspectives, and reach mutually acceptable solutions. Mediation is commonly used to resolve various disputes, including family disputes (such as divorce or child custody), workplace conflicts, neighborhood disputes, […]

Islam marriages

When a Muslim couple enters a Nikah ceremony in the UK in the absence of a civil legal ceremony, although they are Islamically married they are not legally married. The rights and responsibilities applied to legally married couples in England and Wales will not be the same for a couple who are only Islamically married. […]

No-Fault Divorce in the UK: What You Need to Know

Introduction Divorce is undoubtedly a difficult and emotionally charged process. In the past, couples seeking divorce in the UK often had to cite specific reasons or fault grounds, such as adultery or unreasonable behavior, to legally end their marriage. However, significant changes to divorce laws have recently taken effect, making it easier for couples to […]

Navigating the World of Civil Litigation in the UK

Introduction: Civil litigation is a cornerstone of the UK’s legal system, providing individuals and businesses with a means to resolve disputes through court proceedings. This complex and multifaceted process serves as a crucial tool for upholding rights, seeking justice, and resolving conflicts. In this blog, we’ll delve into the world of civil litigation in the […]

Adopting a child

In order to legally adopt a child, you must apply for an adoption order. This transfers parental responsibility from one person to another. You can only do this when the child has been living with you for a certain amount of time. In most cases, an adoption order cuts all legal ties between an adopted […]

How to get a Death Certificate?


A Death Certificate is a document which can be obtained after a death has been registered in the UK. A Death Certificate is a necessary requirement before dealing with an individual’s estate or for funeral arrangements. If an individual has passed away in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, the death needs to be registered within […]

Why should you consider a professional executor for your Will?


One of the most important decisions when writing a will is deciding who to appoint as an executor. Therefore, it is important to choose someone you can trust and someone who will be able to handle the legal and practical responsibilities of the role. The role of an executor can be time – consuming and […]

Is a House Owned Before Marriage Classified as Marital Property During a Divorce?

Introduction Getting divorced is never easy, but it isn’t just the emotional part that makes it so difficult. After many years of living together, most married couples acquire a lot of belongings, and questions about property, namely is a house owned before marriage classified as marital property during a divorce? Dividing these assets equally can […]

What are Child Arrangement Orders?

Disputes may arise between people regarding aspects of a child’s welfare, especially in the events of a divorce or separation. These may range from matters relating to whom the child lives and spends time with, as well as matters relating to medical intervention, religion and identity. What is a Child Arrangements Order? A Child Arrangements […]