Rights and Responsibilities of Unmarried Fathers

It is common for unmarried fathers to not be fully aware of their responsibilities and their legal rights towards their children, particularly when a separation has occurred. We can help you understand exactly where you stand and the legal rights that you have with the aim of establishing contact which is in the best interest… Read more »

Cohabitation Agreements

What are cohabitation agreements? Many unmarried couples often find that they are not entitled to the finances and property which they expected. This is because unmarried couples who are living together do not have the same legal rights as married couples. A cohabitation agreement is one way to try and avoid any problems. What is… Read more »

Legal Rights of Unmarried Couples

Many people choose not to marry and prefer to live together in long term committed relationships. Within the law, this is known as cohabiting couples. It is important for couples to know that the legal rights for cohabiting couples are very different from those for married couples. If a relationship were to breakdown, the different… Read more »

Legally Changing Your Name

At SAS Daniels we can help you the legal side of changing your name. We often find that many people want to change their name and this can be for a number of reasons. If you are over the age of 18, the minimum legal age for changing your name, the changing your name can… Read more »

Grandparents and their Legal Rights

Following a separation or divorce grandparents can often be denied access to see their grandchild. At SAS Daniels we understand that this can be a stressful and traumatic situation and have a wide range of experience in resolving these type of disputes. Our specialist family solicitors can act on your behalf to help restore frequent… Read more »

How much does a Divorce Cost?

Our team of family law solicitors will always put their clients first and deliver the highest quality of legal advice at the most reasonable cost possible. We will discuss any costs at the beginning of your case so that there are no surprises when the bill comes through. We can also discuss funding options with… Read more »

Child Maintenance Agreements

Child maintenance, also known as child support, is a consistent financial payment made towards the everyday living costs of the child and is the responsibility of all parents even if a parent does not have contact with the child. This is often a step taken by parents who have been through Divorce or Separation Agreement… Read more »

Children’s Living Arrangements

Child arrangements are more commonly known as child living arrangements, child custody, child residence and child contact. The requirements of children are always of the utmost importance following a family breakdown. The law regarding children focuses on what is in the children’s best interests as opposed to the interested of the parents. At SAS Daniels… Read more »

What are the Grounds for Divorce?

In England and Wales you must show that a marriage has irretrievably broken down in order to obtain a divorce. You must do this be proving one of the following five facts: Unreasonable behaviour Your partner behaved so badly that you can no longer bear to live with them. This is the most frequently used… Read more »

Judicial Separation

When a couple want to be legally separated but do not want to be completely divorced this can be done through a process called judicial separation. This is a viable alternative, but does need to be seriously considered before embarking upon the process. What are the main differences between divorce and judicial separation? There is… Read more »