In international cases where more than one country may have jurisdiction to deal with a divorce, London will be an attractive destination for the... Read more »
When couples separate one of the most important factors to them is the way the other party has behaved.
Some couples may be able to part amicably but... Read more »
Cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family type in the UK with more than 3.3 million cohabiting families, more than twice the amount there were... Read more »
If you are getting married in the near future, your preparations may include obtaining advice on whether a pre-nuptial agreement (pre-nup) is... Read more »
International Women’s Day 2019 is held to celebrate women's social, economic, cultural and political achievements throughout history and across... Read more »
Most of my clients are understandably anxious about whether they will be expected to pay, (or will receive) spousal maintenance for the rest of their... Read more »
Family lawyers have to explain every day to unmarried cohabitants that they don’t have the same rights as married people if their relationship... Read more »
Two years after the government first published its commitment to making positive changes to victims of domestic abuse, the response has been published... Read more »
One of the biggest difficulties divorcing couples face is the uncertainty of outcome on their financial claims. The English courts retain a very wide... Read more »
Since March 2013, the government has been trying to ensure that there is cross-government agreement on what constitutes domestic violence and abuse.
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