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Samuel Phillips Law Blog

Month: November 2022

Family Law

Dividing assets when separating

When a couple separates, they face an automatic increased cost of living as they have to run two homes. This can be challenging at the best of times but particularly now in the midst of a cost of living crisis.

Family Law

Good Divorce Week

Samuel Phillips Law is offering free 30 minute consultations during Good Divorce Week to separated parents who require advice on the arrangements for their children. 


All Presenteeism and Incorrect    

A recent case was found in favour of an employee whose health issues were overlooked when considering matters of performance.

Family Law

Can’t afford to separate?

Finances should never hold you back from leaving an unhappy marriage, particularly an abusive one.


Bitter Tweet Redundancy

The Employment team at Samuel Phillips Law take a look at the dramatic cull of twitter staff worldwide and assess the legalities and what you should do if considering similar cost saving moves.

Family Law

Divorce during the cost of living crisis

In the midst of a cost of living crisis, and with a stressful winter ahead with soaring energy prices, this is the first of a series of blogs examining the impact of the crisis on couples and families.


Oh No, Not Another One?

A turbulent time for UK politics has led to the reversal of the “mini” budget and the appointment of Rishi Sunak as the new PM. We look at where that leaves us with regard to the impact on employment legislation.

Family Law

Should I have a Nuptial Agreement before I marry?

Jonathan Fuller, Family Law Solicitor at Samuel Phillips Law answers the most asked questions by clients thinking of getting a Pre-Nuptial Agreement in place prior to marriage.

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