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When your relationship breaks down and you have children with your ex-partner, it is important to make arrangements regarding who the children will live with and how often they will spend time with the other parent. Previously known as seeking child custody, the process of organising residence for children post-separation of the parents is now referred to as Child Arrangements or Child Arrangement Disputes.

The safety and wellbeing of your child should always be the priority when making these arrangements. In some circumstances, parents may not agree on the arrangements for the children. When this occurs, it is important that the parent who is seeking contact with their children follows the process correctly to ensure that there is no delay in continuing or resuming an active role in their children’s lives.



The moving house checklist can feel overwhelming at the best of times. There are a lot of steps between making first contact with your new property and finally getting hold of the keys.

However, it doesn't need to be the drawn-out routine it's become so notorious for. With the right conveyancer and advice for the process, moving house quickly can be a straightforward routine for all parties involved.



We are extremely pleased to announce that our team has been recognised for their service to the law industry, having been shortlisted for several categories in the 2022 South Wales Law Awards.

The winners will be announced at a gala dinner on May 6th in the Hilton Hotel, Cardiff, and we would like to congratulate our own teams, Terri Kirk and Mark Hobbs for being shortlisted for Paralegal of the Year and Solicitor of the Year respectively and the other finalists. More...


Public Health Wales have announced changes to the current routine cervical screening programme. Currently, people with a cervix between the ages 25 and 49 in Wales are invited to screening tests every three years.

The change announced in January, which brings Wales in line with the UK National Screening Committee recommendations, will reduce the frequency of cervical screenings to every five years for this age group and matches the time gap in screenings for those ages 50 to 64. More...

Our article in February 2019, detailed significant changes that were being considered for UK divorce law. At the time, the UK Government was consulting on changes following a proposal to introduce ‘no-fault divorces’.

Three years later, new legislation is set to be implemented on April 6th 2022, representing the first major change in legislation in this area of law since 1973. Couples will be able to separate without having to blame each other for the breakdown of the relationship, in a move to facilitate a more amicable separation. More...

With effect from 15th February 2015 EU Regulations on Consumer Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) allow consumers who bought our services online to submit their complaint via an online complaint portal.

We are required under the regulations to provide our clients the following information:-
  1. Link to the ODR platform - please follow the following link for further information (
  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes