Expert Insight


Moving in for Christmas? – Five questions you need to consider

13 Nov 2018

Cohabiting couples now make up a large percentage of families in the UK and this is expected to rise further as the cost of living increases and the financial pressures faced by millennials means that for many the dream wedding is taking a back seat. Statistics released by Resolution, a national organisation of family lawyers, […]


What is a CVA and how do they work?

24 Oct 2018

With the rise of company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) in the retail sector, Kuits’ insolvency specialist, Vanessa Stuart, sets out the steps landlords should be taking to fight-back. What is a CVA? A CVA is an alternative insolvency procedure designed to save a company by allowing it to restructure its business (by managing its cash flow, […]


This week’s family law news: “quickie divorce” and who keeps the pet pig

17 Oct 2018

The “highlights” of celebrity break up news in this week’s tabloids are undoubtedly Ant McPartlin’s “quickie divorce” from wife Lisa and Ariana Grande’s split from fiancée Pete Davidson.  We take a closer look behind the headlines to bust some popular myths. There is no such thing as a quickie divorce Contrary to what the tabloids […]


Back to school, but who’s paying the bill?

10 Sep 2018

Following the breakdown of a relationship, arguments about who is footing the bill for your child’s private education can add further stress to an already emotionally and financially challenging time. Below, we aim to ease this stress by taking a look into the key issues and options for separated parents. Your concerns When your relationship […]

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