Jul 30 2018 10:00 - 12:00



Do you want to find out info about anything LAW/FAMILY related but do not know where to start? And do not want to be forking out hundreds of pounds for a quick solicitors phone call - then this event is for you!!! Get answers to your questions in one of Londons Top law firms - PENNINGTONS

"We have significant experience in handling relationship breakdown, including divorce, the dissolution of civil partnerships and disputes between unmarried couples; the ground breaking issues surrounding surrogacy; 'alternative families'; and complex parenting arrangements. Our solicitors also work closely with the firm's highly regarded private client team on complex onshore and offshore tax and trust issues, as well as lifetime, inheritance and succession planning.

Penningtons Manches has long been recognised as a thought leader on family issues in England and Wales. Five partners from our family department have previously chaired Resolution, the leading specialist family law solicitors’ organisation in the country."

Someone recently told me that they referred to our generation (16-35) as the 'disposable kids' because we never considered fixing things. We'd rather throw it away and buy a replacement.

Unfortunately we are binning more than broken shoes and ripped knickers - relationships are something the 'disposable kids' chucking-away too. Nearly one-fifth (17 percent) of babies under a year old do not live with both natural parents, and that number jumps to 47 percent by the time the child is 15.

When it's kids involved it's WAY more complicated and serious than binning a torn pair of skinny jeans. For this reason because we are launching the Mothers Meeting Family Law workshop. Where we will be covering all the serious stuff that comes from trying to fix or end a relationship. It's not easy but that doesn't mean it has to be complicated or scary.

Workshop for mums (and/or their friends) who have separated or are thinking about separating from their partner and need some guidance about how to make co-parenting work, how to separate their worldly goods, and a point in the right direction on what to do next.

A workshop for a parent who has separated or is thinking about separating from their partner and needs some pointers on how to make their separation work for them and their children, giving you a point in the right direction and access to Laura Naser, a Senior Associate Family Lawyer (@TheFamilyLawyer / @LauraNaser). The workshop will include a Q&A session for you to ask anything you like, confidentially of course. Splitting up is tough, but you can help yourself get through it with some support and advice.


Child Maintenance

Co-parenting tips

Separation & Divorce

Financial Separation

Cohabitees (unmarried couples)

Domestic Abuse

International Considerations

Q&A – Ask your questions during the workshop or email them ahead of time to

About Laura and Penningtons Manches

I’m an experienced family lawyer with expertise in financial cases and disputes concerning arrangements for children in both married and unmarried cases. I have particular experience in acting for clients in emergency situations, making urgent applications to the court in cases relating to children, finances and domestic abuse. My cases often involve international issues, whether it involves an asset abroad, an international couple/family or a wish to move abroad. I believe in a constructive approach to resolving family issues and to helping those involved to be as amicable as possible. I am well known for fiercely defending my clients, where necessary; my attention to detail, and providing a Rolls Royce service. Penningtons Manches LLP is world renowned for being leaders in Family Law and we have offices in London, Guildford, Reading, Oxford, Cambridge, Basingstoke and San Fransico.

If, after the workshop anyone would like to have further advice, I can arrange for us to have an individual meeting. I am normally based in our Guildford office, but I am available in London whenever required and can use my London office for meetings.


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