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Why Mediation Should Be Used To Resolve Child Custody Disputes In Hong Kong
When parties decide to separate and divorce, this can be devastating for their children. Parents are all too often embroiled in their own dispute to realise the effect that their actions
Hong Kong
14 Aug 2019
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Online Divorce: Use It Wisely To Ensure Progress Doesn't Replace Prudence
The online divorce service was rolled out by HMCTS on 1 May 2018 following a successful pilot in 2017. Similar to the HMRC online tax portal, the service allows members of the public to apply
UK
25 Jul 2019
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Being Strategic – How To Be 'Brexit Ready' In Divorce And Family Law
There remains lots of uncertainty surrounding Brexit. Will the UK leave without a deal? If there is a deal, what will it look like, when will it come and will there then be a further referendum
UK
25 Jul 2019
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Consent To IVF: What Happens If Your Relationship Breaks Down?
Starting a family and ending a marriage or civil partnership rarely go hand-in-hand. However, it can happen. Where one party feels the marriage has broken down and no longer wants children
UK
16 Jul 2019
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An Everyday Story Of English Country Folk? The Archers, Postnups And Protecting The Family Business On Divorce
‘…We are talking about protecting the future of the farm, Tony, the thing we have worked for all our lives…it concerns the whole family. Being clear and upfront about where everybody
UK
12 Jul 2019
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Death, Disability And Divorce – Drafting Agreements With Trusts As Parties In Light Of Han v. Hallberg
How often do you draft agreements that provide for buyout rights etc. upon the occurrence of the death, disability or divorce of a party to the agreement?
United States
5 Jul 2019
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UK Marriage, Civil Partnership Or Cohabitation? That Is The Question
‘We want to raise our children as equal partners and feel that a civil partnership – a modern, symmetrical institution – sets the best example for them.'
UK
19 Jun 2019
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Putting Children First: When Protection Trumps Privacy
This is the latest of my posts regarding the child abduction case where the mother has refused to bring 2 young children back from the Ukraine despite being in breach of the family court's orders
Ukraine
27 May 2019
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Separation And Divorce: Protecting Your Child's Mental Health
The importance of our children's mental health cannot be understated. In the UK, a recent NHS survey revealed that 1 in 8 of the 5 to 19 year olds surveyed met the criteria for at least one mental disorder at the time of interview.
UK
22 Mar 2019
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How To Regain Control And 'Divorce Better' For You And Your Family
As highlighted by many commentators during the Good Divorce Campaign, last week, ‘a good divorce' is a bit of an oxymoron.
UK
27 Dec 2018
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Children Caught Up In Divorce: Help Your School To Help Your Child
When a child's life is turned upside down by an acrimonious divorce, school is often their one constant, and this is something which can often be overlooked.
UK
27 Nov 2018
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Communication Between Parents: Sharing Children's Time Following Divorce
Despite best intentions, managing contact arrangements for children can quite easily become the unintended depository of unresolved conflict between you and your former partner.
UK
27 Nov 2018
13
Separation And Divorce: Minimising The Impact On Children
I am delighted that the Resolution Awareness campaign this year focuses on how separating or divorcing parents can limit the impact of conflict on their children.
UK
27 Nov 2018
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Divorce And Relationships: How To Approach Conflict
Your main ally in life becoming your enemy is a nightmare. Suddenly, they are only concerned with their own interests, which are the opposite of yours
UK
27 Nov 2018
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With This Pre-Nup I Thee Wed...
Nobody enters a marriage thinking it will end, but recent figures from the Office of National Statistics show that 42% of marriages now end in divorce.
UK
8 Nov 2018
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No Fault Divorce: Is Time Up On The Blame Game?
The divorce of Mr and Mrs Owens reached the Supreme Court in May this year, fuelling the debate about whether divorce law in England and Wales is outdated and needs to be reformed.
UK
1 Nov 2018
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Jurisdiction And Applicable Law In Divorce: How To Secure, How To Defend
Although England and Wales has a discretionary financial system on divorce giving Judges power to consider what is fair, issues of jurisdiction are binary
UK
1 Nov 2018
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Financial Disputes In Divorce: Can A 'Private' FDR Save The Time And Expense Of A Court Battle?
Starting financial proceedings in England and Wales puts in place a court timetable. Parties may resolve their case amicably at any time, but absent agreement, there will be at least 3 court hearings
UK
31 Oct 2018
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Braving The Storm – Knowing Your Rights As An Expat Wife Going Through A Divorce (Part Two)
When expat wives pack their suitcases and move with their husbands to Singapore, the thought of losing it all through a divorce would have never crossed their minds.
Singapore
25 Oct 2018
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Braving The Storm – Knowing Your Rights As An Expat Wife Going Through A Divorce (Part One)
Going through a divorce is never an easy process for anybody, but imagine having to go through it all alone – far away from your family and friends back at home.
Singapore
7 Oct 2018
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