Keep up to date with changes in the law, notable cases and examples of how we have helped our clients.
Facilitating a contact plan between adults with learning and mental health difficulties
Kaileigh Hazeldine supported a gentleman through several local authority proceedings in regard to agreeing a contact plan with his partner of more than 30 years. She has paranoid schizophrenia and learning difficulties and after a hospital admission required a long-term ...Read more
Testimonial: you don’t know how much your help meant to us
I have been having housing issue for a while, went to few legal support some didn’t even help they typed letter with mistake. When I went with a firm they took my case I explained everything they typed a letter ...Read more
Could my marriage be invalid?
Sadly, there are people who have believed they were legally married, only to find out years later their marriage was invalid. This normally only comes to light when a relationship ends, or when one party to the relationship dies as ...Read more
A move to supported living in Sussex (even during Covid-19)
In April 2020, as the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic had much of the country in lockdown, Kaileigh Hazeldine helped a man relocate to less restrictive accommodation in Sussex. The man was 69 years old, with a diagnosis of bipolar ...Read more
Securing the right to see your grandchildren
The relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren can be very special and one that most parents fully support. On occasions, however, access can be cut off or restricted, causing hurt and upset. Michelle Uppal, family law expert with Miles & ...Read more
Testimonial: we won a case which on paper was near impossible
My case was very intricate and sensitive but Rajea of Miles and Partners was willing to take it on although many others had rejected it. It took well over six months to achieve a resolution but Rajea was so professional ...Read more
What to expect at a financial dispute resolution (FDR) hearing
If you are applying for a financial order, also known as financial relief, as part of your divorce or dissolution of your marriage or civil partnership, then the court will list your case in for a financial dispute resolution hearing, ...Read more