Thursday, 7 May 2015
Not all relationships work out and Divorce can be messy and painful. We offer professional advice which at PSP believe has the merit of being realistic, reasonably priced and delivered with a human touch. Filing for a Divorce in London For couples in the United Kingdom, you may only divorce if (1) your marriage is legally recognised in the country, (2) you have been married for a minimum of a year, and (3) you have a permanent residence in England or Wales. From here, a divorcing couple will then have to go through three main divorce steps; filing a divorce petition, applying for a decree nisi, and applying for a decree absolute.
The United Kingdom is one of the preferred places for immigrants to come the world over; the economy and the environment is attractive to many seeking a better life. However, immigration laws are tightening and London immigration solicitors like Powell Spencer & Partners will probably be needed if you’ll want to immigrate and stay in this nation. A good example of this is the recent case of Dr. Miwa Hirono. Having immigrated to the U.K. seven years ago, she worked as a lecturer in Nottingham, contributing greatly to the country with her expert work on international relations and foreign policy. Unfortunately, her job required her to be out of the country for a total of 472 days during the period of 2009 and 2010, coming in conflict with current immigration laws, which state that immigrants can’t leave the country for more than 180 days. Said law was implemented in 2012, but was retroactively applied to Dr. Hirono’s case, giving her cause for an appeal.