21st March 2018
Diane Matthews Wayson Ramsbottom Solicitors

Supreme Court to rule on “unreasonable behaviour” in divorce case

The recent case Owens v Owens relates to a woman who was refused permission to divorce her husband by both the High Court and the Court […]
13th March 2018
Kalya Parker-Livesey Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors

Direct Contact With Both Parents Best Promotes Child Welfare

Kalya Parker-Livesey from our family law department at Watson Ramsbottom looks at an interesting case where a judge focused too much on cultural and religious concerns […]
17th January 2018

Certain Inheritance Can Be Financial Resource in Divorce Settlement

In this article, Solicitor Angela Garvey discusses how divorces involving foreign nationals often present particular issues regarding the financial settlements and children’s residence arrangements. Divorce involving foreign […]
1st December 2017

Watson Ramsbottom supporting Safenet Domestic Abuse Service

Watson Ramsbottom were pleased to attend two events held last week in recognition of Safenet Domestic Abuse Service celebrating 40 years of keeping domestic abuse victims […]