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What Does CAFCASS Do? A Short Guide

By supporting children in family court cases, CAFCASS (Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) independently advise families on the best ways to keep their children safe.


What Is a Financial Remedy Order

Financial Remedy Applications, formerly known as Ancillary Relief Applications, are made to resolve financial disputes between divorcing couples in court.


Mediation Services How Can They Help

Mediation Services refer to the process of using a trained third party mediator. A mediator helps to resolve issues about family arrangements such as finances and children aiding both parties to come.


Pensions and Divorce: Your Survival Guide

The division of assets after a divorce can be a difficult task, especially when considering pension plans and retirement.


Getting a Prenup: How Can a Prenuptial Agreement Benefit You?

In the UK, a prenuptial agreement is a legal contract which sets outs how assets should be divided in the case of a divorce.


The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022: what is the aim, what will it apply to and what will it mean?

The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 (“The Act”) which came into force on the 30th June 2022 is, according to the Government, the first step in their aim to make leasehold property ownership


Child Arrangements: A Guide to Co-Parenting after Separation

Co-parenting is often seen as a post-divorce or separation arrangement in which both parents continue to jointly participate in their child’s upbringing.


Who Gets the House in a Divorce? Eatons Solicitors Explain

The home is often one of the most valuable assets, both emotionally and monetarily, within marriages and families. The value of assets opens pathways for both parties to meet their housing needs going


The New "No-Fault" Divorce Explained

Each year around 100,000 couples in the UK get divorced. Often, the process to reach their final separation has been a long and painful one, especially if there are children affected too.


What happens if someone dies and there’s no will?

It’s estimated that around 57% of the British adult population have either never written a will or have one that is out of date or invalid.


A Brief Guide to Family Law

As anyone who has been through a divorce or separation will know, it is always a traumatic experience no matter how calmly and fairly it is managed.


Making a will has never been easier

It’s estimated that as many as 60% of adults in the UK may not have wills. Perhaps this is understandable. After all, they’re not compulsory and many people feel that they may not even need one.


A guide to Inheritance Tax

We all want to pass on as much of our wealth as possible to our family and close friends. However, there will be a certain amount of Inheritance Tax to pay.


Ilkley Office Has Relocated to Yeadon!

We are pleased to announce that, as a result of our continued growth, we’re relocating our Ilkley office to larger, purpose-built premises.


The Eatons guide to wills and probate

Making a will is one of the more important things you can do in life. It will ensure that, after you die, your assets will be distributed as you wanted them to be.


Everything you need to know about being made redundant

As we head forward, hopefully, towards a post-Covid world there is still a great deal of uncertainty about what this may entail. One area that is particularly hard to predict is the world of work.


A guide to child custody

Any separation is going to be a very upsetting time for children, whatever the circumstances that have led to it and this is why it is especially important that great care is taken.


Understanding the divorce process

Despite the fact that almost everyone knows a friend or relative who has gone through a divorce, without direct, personal experience it can be a confusing process.


Working towards an amicable divorce

Contrary to popular belief, not all divorces need to be full of conflict and disagreement. Just because couples have decided that they no longer want to be together separating can be done sensitively.


The Role of An Executor

If you’ve been made an executor, you might not know exactly what it involves. If you’d like a little help and advice, we are experts in probate law and are in a perfect position to assist.