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Arguments Can Damage Relationships Irreparably: It's Time To Break The Cycle
Research shows that when a couple splits up the emotions most commonly experienced include confusion, shock, guilt, frustration, grief, loss, resentment, anger, rejection, shame and relief.
UK
27 Nov 2018
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Maintenance Payments And US Tax Law, You Do The Math…
I have been interested to see the reaction to the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) by my US counterparts.
United States
30 Oct 2018
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Divorce: Why Finding Fault Isn't Fair
Finding fault in divorce is an artifice which has been continued for far too long.
UK
18 May 2018
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Is 'Love And Marriage' Going The Same Way As Horse And Carriage?
The latest UK marriage statistics have confirmed that the 2015 marriage rates were the lowest on record, only 21.7 marriages per thousand unmarried men and 19.8 marriages per thousand unmarried women.
UK
15 Mar 2018
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Cohabitation Nation – Unmarried Couples On The Rise, And At Risk
Cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family type, having doubled over the past 20 years. But cohabitation offers much less protection than marriage does. How would you fare if problems arose?
UK
24 Nov 2017
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Taking Him To The Cleaners? How To Set The Right Tone For Your Divorce
The lurid stories of sexual harassment and abuse that are emerging across the worlds of entertainment and politics are sure to wreck careers and relationships.
UK
16 Nov 2017
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On The Campaign Trail For Family Law Reform
I made my first Freedom of Information Act request a few weeks ago inspired by an article I had read in the Law Society Gazette.
UK
12 Jun 2017
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Civil Partnerships: Time For The Government To Decide Which Way To Jump
The UK government has resisted making a decision on the future of civil partnerships but the Court of Appeal has now told the government that time is running out.
UK
6 Mar 2017
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JL v SL: The Treatment Of Non-Matrimonial Property In The English Courts
The law in relation to the treatment of non-matrimonial assets in the English Family Courts continues to evolve and JL v SL ([2015] EWHC 360) is the latest to join the alphabet of cases dealing with this issue.
UK
30 Jun 2015
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The Treatment Of Non-Matrimonial Property In The English Courts: JL v SL – A Recent Case
The law in relation to the treatment of non-matrimonial assets in the English Family Courts continues to evolve and JL v SL ([2015] EWHC 360) is the latest to join the alphabet of cases dealing with this issue.
UK
18 Jun 2015
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Law Commission Report On Pre-Nups – What Does It All Mean?
The Law Commission for England and Wales today published its report on Matrimonial Property, Needs and Agreements.
UK
10 Mar 2014
12
Family Law News - July 2011
On 18 June 2011, the EU Maintenance Regulation (EC No 4/2009) came into force, replacing what has colloquially been known as ‘Brussels I’ (Council Regulation No 44/2001) for all issues arising in the family context which relate to maintenance.
UK
20 Jul 2011
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Inconsistency Reigns Over Pre-Acquired Assets
Lord Justice Wilson concluded that there was no reason for the wife to share the non-matrimonial assets and, by contrast, there was no reason why the matrimonial assets should not be shared equally.
UK
18 Jul 2011
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An Englishman’s Stately Home… Is His Divorce Settlement
It has been a matter of debate, since White [2000], as to how inherited wealth should be dealt with on divorce in England.
UK
7 Mar 2011
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