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Located in Plymouth, Devon, C&C Family Law was established as a specialist practice in 2007 by accredited family lawyers Celia Charlton and Samantha Cook

We provide advice on all aspects of family law, including divorce, children, prenuptial agreements and collaborative law.

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Archive for April, 2015

In a recent report, some helpful guidance has been given to parents by Sir James Munby who is President of the Family Division of the High Court of England and Wales. The case involved a mum whose teenage daughters said they did not want to see their dad. Sir James pointed out that, where children  [ Read More ]

After telling the world they were ‘consciously uncoupling’ in March 2014, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are now reported to have amicably agreed the arrangements for their children and assets, which will enable their divorce to proceed. In the UK, a constructive and non-confrontational approach to family disputes is adopted by members of Resolution. Family  [ Read More ]

Relate has commented on a recent study carried out by Duke University in the US which has identified a potential a link between heart attacks and relationship problems. Relate’s Public Affairs and Campaigns Manager has responded: “This research adds to a growing body of evidence highlighting the strong link between health and relationships. This is  [ Read More ]

Baroness Hale of Richmond, one of Britain’s most senior judges, has a long commitment to seeking no fault divorce. In a recent article she has again called for a change in the law aimed at taking the bitterness out of divorce. In England and Wales, about 40% of marriages are not expected to reach a  [ Read More ]

As the weather gets better, it is a good time for separated and divorced parents to start thinking about summer holidays to make sure that the arrangements which are put in place reflect the needs of the whole family and the best interests of children. It is important to remember, whatever you think about your  [ Read More ]