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Re: Husband has taken the kids away without consent after an argument

Priya Gill is a really lovely, experienced family lawyer who can assist with divorce and child arrangements. I would strong advise seeking legal advice sooner rather than later so you know where you stand, and what steps you can take.  https://www.familylawyerlondon.co.uk/services-divorce-family-law...
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Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:36 pm

Re: Menopause Woes - Please help

Another recommendation for trying a homeopathic approach. (I am not someone who typically subscribes to this, but it did wonders for me!)

Sarah Davison specialises in the menopause and is a lovely person to talk to. 
ttps://thrivehomeopathy.com/homeopathy-for-menopause/
 
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Mon Sep 21, 2020 4:51 pm

Re: Funding a property abroad

TorFX are really good. Minimum exchange is £100, and their service is excellent. https://www.torfx.com/ 
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Fri Sep 18, 2020 9:00 pm

Re: Can anyone recommend an amazing tutor who can help my 10 yr old son who has processing issues /dyslexia

We are going through similar issues with my 9 year old son at the moment. Like yours, he is bright so has done fine for a long time - but struggles with processing speed, attention and, in his case, writing.  I was recommended to contact Hema Desai by a friend, and she has been brilliant. A really w...
Replies: 9
Mon Aug 10, 2020 9:38 am

Re: Cohabitation Agreements

I would really recommend talking to Priya Gill, a family lawyer who does a lot of work in this area - https://www.familylawyerlondon.co.uk/. I'm sure she'd be happy to talk you through how you can protect your respective interests.
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Mon Jul 13, 2020 9:34 am

Re: Divorce / family Lawyer

May I also put a word in for Kim who posted earlier in this thread. I know her to be both kind and clear in her communication, and extremely focused on the steps you need to take to navigate a 'successful' divorce. It is never pleasant, but there are ways - and people - to make it the least painful ...
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Mon Jun 29, 2020 2:55 pm

Re: Lambeth planning: L-shaped dormer loft conversion on period flat / maisonette

We did a pre-application on this a few years ago, and got a flat 'no'. The reason I was given in speaking with them was that they don't like them because they're not in keeping with the original architecture and the planning is within their control. The reason houses in this area have them is becaus...
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Mon Apr 13, 2020 6:59 pm

Re: Baby Sitting Agencies - any feedback

I use the bubble app for babysitters. I have the same situation where I will often have meetings come up at short notice in the early evening. We have always had such a lovely babysitters that my children have enjoyed spending time with. You post your requirements on the app and those who are intere...
Forum: Childcare
Replies: 6
Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:26 pm

Re: Post Nuptials - pre separation/divorce advice

May I recommend Kim Marshall who has already introduced herself here. She is experienced in working on international cases and works hard for her clients. As well as being a really lovely person she knows what it's like to be in your shoes. It's worth calling all of those that have been recommended ...
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Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:13 pm

Re: Will writing recommendation please

I work with a specialist will writing firm that does a free review of existing wills and recommend changes - whether you can update the will or better off starting again, for example. They are also STEP qualified (https://www.step.org/for-the-public). As they are based in York, this keeps the cost d...
Forum: Chat Here
Replies: 7
Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:59 pm

Re: Oven cleaning

My neighbour recently used Eagle Eye. She posted the review below elsewhere. I did also see the impressive results for myself! No harsh chemicals either. "They did an excellent job of cleaning our oven recently and it came up like new! They were great to deal with, punctual, tidy and really reasonab...
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Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:10 am

Re: advice on investment/ savings

I'm in agreement with the others that it would make sense to discuss this with a professional who'd be able to look at your situation holistically as there isn't really a one-size-fits-all answer.  Like William, I'm a financial adviser and if I was talking to a client, I would be looking at aspects ...
Replies: 3
Mon Jan 07, 2019 12:07 pm

Re: Rights for "common law wife"

Marriage is great if you are both happy with that as a solution- in which case, I hope a ring appears very soon! A legal option if yous stay unmarried is a 'cohabiting agreement' which would set out what you each agree would happen if things went wrong in the future. I really recommend getting in to...
Replies: 14
Mon Nov 26, 2018 6:45 pm

Re: Advice please in Sands End for house purchase

You may find that the reasons are multiple: Sands End is further from transport links, further from the 'buzz' of the centre of Fulham, perhaps also affected by school catchment areas (this has a big impact). And then there's just 'prestige' and how established an area is: 20 years ago Sands End was...
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Mon Nov 26, 2018 6:17 pm