Local law firm Thrings, in association with The Bath & Wiltshire Parent, has introduced a series of helpful guides and tips on relationship planning, separation, preparing family wills and more. All of the guides are free to download from the Thrings website which can be accessed below.
Top tips on divorce and separation
Emotions can run high during a divorce, separation or dissolution and difficult discussions can easily spiral out of control. Click here to download Thrings’ top tips for getting through the process smoothly.
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A guide to collaborative law
Collaborative law is an alternative, and increasingly popular, way for couples to part ways. It involves sitting around a table together with your lawyers to come up with solutions for the family. Thrings’ family team recognises that the threat of court action can hinder rather than progress constructive negotiation between family members. Read their guide here to find out if this approach is right for you.
A guide to financial disclosure when separating
Formalised personal relationships such as marriages or civil partnerships come with an ongoing and active duty to provide full and frank financial disclosure to each other when separating. This guide lays out the documents and information you need to gather – and what comes next. Read it here.
A guide to wills for family clients
If you are going through the process of separation, entering into a new relationship or thinking about having children, it is a sensible time to get your will in order. Find out how to ensure your will is valid and that your wishes are met after you pass away. Read it here.
A guide to relationship planning
Whatever the nature of your relationship or situation, it is sensible to ensure your finances are in good order. This guide looks at the different types of relationship agreements available and considers practical points to help you decide if putting one in place might help you. See it here.
Guide to your first meeting with our family team
The first meeting with your family law solicitor can be a daunting experience. To make the best use of your time to achieve a positive outcome, preparation is key. This guide tells you what to expect and how to prepare.