03 Apr, 2019

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Trans Healthcare Conference, Bristol, 29 March 2019

The team at NGA Law were delighted to be part of the Trans Healthcare Conference in Bristol, organised by Policy Bristol, the Trans Equality Legal Initiative and Mermaids. Sue was

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26 Jul, 2018

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Is maintenance for life on divorce an outdated concept? The case of Mills v Mills

Divorce cases can sometimes seem to the outsider to lack common sense but the recent case of Mills v Mills might be a case where the decision of the Supreme

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25 Jul, 2018

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Unreasonable behaviour as a ground for divorce and the case of Owens v Owens

It is rare as lawyers that we wait with bated breath for a Judgment but it was mouths agog in our office this morning when the judgment on this widely

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22 May, 2018

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Transgender parents and contact arrangements – Am I at risk of losing my children if I transition?

All children have a right to a relationship with both (or all) their parents. The law is no different if a parent is transgender or gender diverse, but there is

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21 May, 2018

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Do I need my ex’s permission to move abroad with our child ?

The law protects a child’s right to a relationship with both (or all) of his or her parents. That means that there are rules surrounding whether a parent can move

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23 Apr, 2018

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Sue Breen joins the NGA Law family

We are delighted to announce that Sue Breen has joined our team as a senior solicitor. Sue qualified in 1991 and is based in our London office. Sue qualified in

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