Sam Hulse

Partner, Family Law

Sam is  a Partner at QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright and is based at the Droitwich Office.

She obtained a Law degree from Worcester College of Technology (now known as the Heart of Worcestershire college) and qualified as a solicitor in 2012.

Sam is a member of Resolution.

Sam specialises in divorce, separation, private children act matters, pre and post nuptial agreements, civil partnership disputes and co-habitation agreements/disputes, with particular reference to financial property (ToLATA).

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Sam Hulse - Awards and accreditations

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News and media

  • News
    • Posted on March 8, 2019
      With an unseasonably warm February, you could almost have been mistaken into thinking that summer had arrived early! The weather has now turned but most people will be looking forward towards the summer and many may be planning holidays abroad.
    • Posted on January 7, 2019
      The first Monday of the Year has been traditionally known as ‘Divorce Day’ for many years for the simple reason that Family Law Solicitors get an influx of new enquiries on this day from people seeking a divorce.
    • Posted on March 29, 2018
      Planning for a wedding is an exciting time and there is so much to think about. Chances are that a Pre-nuptial Agreement is not one of the things on your to-do list, however, that could be a mistake and in some circumstances, it could be very important.
    • Posted on November 13, 2017
      A recent study by Scottish Widows shows that women are struggling to save for their retirement. The gender pay gap, maternity leave and career breaks are all reasons why women are behind men when it comes to their pensions savings.
    • Posted on November 8, 2017
      From early 2018, a loophole which has enabled parents to avoid paying child maintenance is to be closed. Currently, the Child Maintenance Service (CMS) is only able to seize money from a bank account if it is held solely by the paying parent. This means that any paying parent who wants to avoid paying child maintenance can do so by holding their money in a joint account with another person.
  • Blog
    • Posted on September 10, 2018
      Although this is little consolation for Mrs Owens, her case in the Supreme Court may have finally opened the door for future wives and husbands to obtain a ‘no fault’ divorce. The media and publicity surrounding the case of Mr and Mrs Owens has brought divorce reform to the forefront of the Government’s attention and it looks like ‘no fault’ divorces may once again be on the cards.
    • Posted on May 23, 2018
      There has been a lot of coverage lately about the case of Owens v Owens and whether Mrs Owens should be entitled to divorce her husband on unreasonable behaviour.

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