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Amy Trench

Solicitor - Family at Coffin Mew

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I help clients who are facing difficulties within the family. I regularly advise on separation/divorce/civil partnership dissolution and its impact on the arrangements for the children and the finances. I provide clients with information as to the various processes that are available to resolve their difficulties and provide practical advice tailored to the client’s individual needs. I am a member of Resolution, which means I adhere to a code of conduct that promotes a non-confrontation approach to family problems. What are you specialisms? Divorce/separation/civil partnership dissolution Resolving the division of assets Disputes surrounding children Cohabitation agreements Parenting plans What’s your experience? I studied law at Bournemouth University and obtained a degree with First Class Honors in 2008. I subsequently did the legal practice course and qualified with a commendation. I started working in the legal profession as a paralegal in the family department for 2 years before commencing my training contract when I then I worked in different areas of law for 18 months. I chose family law as my specialism and qualified in March 2013and have acted for many clients who are facing separation and need assistance sorting out the arrangements for the children, what happens to the family home and how to divide other assets that have been built up during the relationship. Which five words best describe you? Friendly, enthusiastic, hard working, diligent, proactive Which four people would you invite to dinner? Marilyn Monroe, Russell Howard, J K Rowling, Barack Obama. Three things we didn’t know about you? I love spending time with my niece and nephew; I’m a Disney fan; I ran into Tom Cruise’s legs when I was 4. What was the first record you brought? I think it was Janet Jackson ‘Whoops Now’

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Common law marriage - common misconceptions

Cohabitation itself gives no legal status to a couple or financial protection, unlike marriage and civil partnership. Many people still...

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Regret making a pre-nup or regret asking?!

Whilst the statistics are limited the data below shows that some people have regret about not entering into a pre-nuptial agreement prior...

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Pension freedom on divorce settlements

Pension attachments orders have been rarely used by family lawyers since the introduction of pension sharing orders because they do not...

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New Children law arbitration scheme

This could be a really useful way to resolve disputes concerning children relatively quickly.  In my experience, it is often disputes...

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