Archive | Access to children


Securing the right to see your grandchildren

The relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren can be very special and one that most parents fully support.  On occasions, however, your time with them can be cut off or restricted, causing hurt and upset.  In the first of a two-part series of articles, Angie Brown, family law expert with Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, […]

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What should Ewan McGregor expect in his divorce settlement after a long marriage?

Recent reports that Ewan McGregor has filed for divorce from his wife Eve Mavrakis, after 22 years and four children together, may have come as a shock to the celebrity world but the length of their marriage beats the UK average which currently sees couples filing for divorce after 11.7 years. Angie Brown, family law […]

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The Divorce Robot

So the Court have announced a more automated service for the divorce process.  This at the same time as the Co-Op have launched their ’faceless’ divorce services online also.  Does this mean a better and more cost-effective service for divorcees? Angie Brown, Senior Solicitor at Mooney Everett says “I have seen this coming for a […]

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Angie Brown brings mediation to the family law team at Mooney Everett Solicitors

We are delighted to welcome Angie Brown to the family law team at Mooney Everett Solicitors. Angie is a qualified family solicitor with over 20 years’ experience in dealing with all manner of family law related issues, including divorce, financial settlements and negotiating arrangements for children. Angie is also a qualified inter-personal and Resolution Family […]

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Agreeing arrangements for children amicably on divorce or separation

Whether you have just separated from your partner or are in the first throes of divorce proceedings, if you have children one of your initial concerns will be to make sure that you get to see them soon and as often as possible. Initially you will be concerned with short-term arrangements, but as the dust […]

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Separated parents – Arrangements for children at Christmas

For most, Christmas is a wonderful time of the year and an opportunity to spend quality time with the family. It can also be an incredibly emotional time of the year, particularly for those parents who are no longer together. Danelle Foley, Family Law Solicitor at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Liverpool and Ormskirk, Lancashire understands […]

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New parents – why you need a will

The birth of a child is a time of celebration and therefore it may seem strange to start thinking about your will. The reality is that if the worst should happen, having a will in place makes everything a lot more straightforward for your family. Gayle Woods, wills and probate lawyer at Mooney Everett Solicitors […]

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Mooney Everett partners with Voices in the Middle

Mooney Everett Solicitors are delighted to announce that the firm has become a partner of Voices in the Middle. The national charity, Voices in the Middle, provides invaluable assistance to children and young people caught in the middle of adult conflict as a result of separation and divorce. The charity partners with family lawyers and […]

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