The 2023 Oxfordshire Business Awards are officially open. Designed to celebrate the achievements of local businesses, the 2023 awards programme provides Oxfordshire based businesses the opportunity to receive the recognition they have been looking…
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We have today been named as one of the 2022 eprivateclient Top Family Law Firms. eprivatecleint surveys over 100 family law firms in the UK and the aim of the initiative is to identify,…
The Government has after two years of debate and discussion given the green light to no-fault divorce. It is a move that will be welcomed by separating couples and their lawyers.
A long awaited and eagerly anticipated Judgment in relation to four appeals regarding domestic abuse has finally be handed down by the Court of Appeal. This Judgment is likely to have a significant impact on the way that the Family Courts deal with allegations of domestic abuse in Children matters.
Zoe Robinson explains the impact of lockdown on the prevalence of domestic violence in the UK, and details some of the support available for victims.
Lockdown measures put in place by the Government during the coronavirus pandemic have meant many families, across the world, have spent significantly more time together than they usually would. This will, understandably, put a strain on many relationships during this difficult and unusual time.
With a victim of domestic abuse bringing her case to the High Court to demand a judicial review of legal aid criteria, Zoe Robinson explains why change is needed.
As social distancing measures become embedded into our daily lives, what do you do if you are co-parenting and wish to maintain shared contact? Our team of specialist Children lawyers have put together this simple guide to help parents understand a little more about how they can effectively manage the situation.
We have further strengthened our London, Oxford and Bath offices with the appointment of four new Partners.
Domestic Abuse has been a constant in the headlines recently, from questions over whether Brexit will affect the Domestic Abuse Bill to considering what domestic abuse actually means, to its link with Mental Health and wellbeing.
RWK Goodman has been announced as one of the lead sponsors of this year’s Oxfordshire Business Awards (OXBA).
The law firm, which has offices along the M4 from Bristol to London, including two in Oxfordshire, is sponsoring the Small Business Award. The category is open to any business in Oxfordshire with a turnover of less than £7.5 million, irrespective of size.
The Queen’s speech in October 2019 confirmed the reintroduction of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill in Parliament following prorogation. This follows the second reading of the bill in the House of Commons on 25 June 2019.
The purpose of the Bill is to allow couples to divorce without having to assign blame.