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Cabin Fever: Can co-habitation cause divorce?

Date: March 22nd, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

Gone are the days in which couples follow the rituals of marrying before setting up house, and then having children. It is now socially acceptable for couples to move in together after a mere few months together, and for babies to be born out of wedlock. As more non-married couples live together, the rates of… Read the full article

Can I Stop My Ex-Wife taking My Child Abroad?

Date: March 20th, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

Client Question: My ex-wife and I split some years ago, at the time our daughter was 2 years old – she is now eight. Communication has never been good between my ex and I – we did once try mediation but it didn’t seem to work for us. I have recently become aware from my… Read the full article

Relationship counselling: apparently, it takes more than two to tango

Date: March 17th, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

A recent study on relationships found that pre-marriage preparation is worth taking, not only to save marriages, but to save money. The report encourages couples to seek pre-wedding help in order to strengthen relationships before problems occur. The government-backed study found that marriage preparation classes and relationship counselling significantly reduced the likelihood of breakup after… Read the full article

Prenuptial Agreements – The Law Commission Proposes A New Approach

Date: March 10th, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

We’ve all witnessed the pre-wedding excitement in which soon-to-be brides and grooms are swept up in the magic of marriage and distracted by all things fluffy and white. In all this excitement, it is easy to forget the somewhat dry but hugely important aspects that come after the wedding, such as arrangements concerning money. Whilst… Read the full article

How Can I Divorce My Mexican Husband?

Date: March 7th, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

Client Question: I married my husband seven years ago in London.  He is Mexican and we split up after 2 years when he returned home to Mexico and I didn’t want to follow him. We don’t have children but we do have a house that we jointly purchased in London.  I am paying the mortgage… Read the full article

More About Pre-Nups!

Date: March 3rd, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

‘A city solicitor has been ordered to hand over a £2.2 million London home to his estranged wife after the Judge ruled that she should not be bound by their prenuptial agreement.’ (The Times, February 25th 2014) The solicitor wanted the house sold and the proceeds divided equally in line with an agreement that the… Read the full article

The 10 Most Bizarre Divorce Settlements?

Date: February 25th, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

As we all know, divorce is no smooth experience. The complexity of each divorce varies depending on the emotional state between parties, their willingness to complete an amicable and efficient divorce, and the involvement of children or financial arrangements. When it comes to arranging financial settlements, the Court tends to start at a 50/50 split… Read the full article

Financial Settlements: Does Dishonesty Pay?

Date: February 20th, 2014 - Written by: Brookman Solicitors

I recently saw a Court of Appeal case, in which the husband agreed a financial settlement with his wife during divorce, but later it was discovered that he had told some considerable untruths regarding the status of his company during those negotiations, which meant that his financial picture was less than accurate. The wife took the… Read the full article

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Brookman Solicitors

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Simon Rogerson 12/08/2019

I wanted to say a big thanks to Henry Bookman and his colleagues for all their help and guidance during my divorce - a long a complicated one. The team were all brilliant. I loved the fact that Henry was happy to explore possibilities and search for solutions. I also feel that on occasions he gave hope when things were against me. All told a great coach who was ready with pearls of wisdom when I needed it.

An'a. K 10/08/2019

I would strongly recommend this firm. I had the opportunity to discuss my case thoroughly with Mr Bookman. But before the initial consultation, I had a telephone conversation with a legal assistant who took most of the details down, so that my initial consultation was to the point I appreciate the advice given by Mr Bookman and think it a humble approach that the initial consultation is FREE and carried by the most senior member of the firm and not by a junior staff like it happens in other firms.

Anonymous 08/08/2019

Aziz Malik. Unbelievably good. Fantastic advice and was able to manage my difficult family law case to a superb outcome. Highly recommended.

Sara Estevez 01/08/2019

I did a consultation with Henry and I highly recommend him. He took the time to understand my situation, checked that he had all the information he needed and once he realized he was not the best person for my case, he recommended another lawyer in another country who could help. Unlike other lawyers I've worked with previously, he was extremely honest, transparent and generous with his time.

Riviera Boulevard 15/06/2019

The professionalism and speed at which Mr Henry responded to the initial enquiry was remarkable and the advice provided was detailed and clear.