• Our Family Law Blog

    The latest news and helpful articles from Kee Solicitors

  • Does my Relationship Qualify as 'Cohabitation'?

    A growing number of people are in relationships where finances are...

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  • Three Common Questions About Matrimonial Homes...

    This blog will answer three of the most common questions about...

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  • What Is the “Relevant Date” in Divorce Law and...

    This blog will outline what the “relevant date” is and why...

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  • Are Separation Agreements Legally Enforceable?

    This blog will outline how separation agreements are enforced and to what...

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  • Separation Agreements Explained

    This blog outlines the basics of a separation agreement, to give you...

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  • Financial Guide for Living Together

    This blog will examine how living together can affect your...

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  • What is Simplified Divorce?

    This blog outlines what a simplified divorce entails.

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  • Undefended v Defended Divorce Procedure

    This blog will explore the procedural differences between a...

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  • How Does Divorce Affect My Pension?

    This blog will outline how divorce can affect your pension.

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  • Three Benefits of a Pre-Nuptial Agreement

    This blog will outline the benefits of a prenup.

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  • Everything You Need to Know About High Net Worth...

    In this blog, we will outline what you can expect from a high net worth...

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  • What Happens to My Car During a Divorce?

    This blog will outline how a divorce will affect your vehicle and what...

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  • Is Everything Split 50/50 in a Divorce?

    In this article we explore how marital property and finances are divided...

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  • What Rights Does A Father Have To See His Child...

    This blog will explain what rights a father has to see his child...

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  • What Happens When Only One Person Wants A Divorce?

    Here we look at what happens when only one person in a marriage...

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