What would the family lawyer do, presented with a blank piece of paper and tasked with the design of a new roadmap for resolving financial and children disputes? Before committing pen to paper, he or she might reflect that one of the first questions facing any separating individual is whether legal advice is required at all.
It is profoundly dispiriting that this is even up for debate, but in the post-LASPO world this is reality. As has been pointed out many times in these pages, what use are rights without adequate means of recognizing and enforcing them? Samantha Woodham and Harry Gates, of 4 Paper Buidlings, discuss the details.
Read the full article here.