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Coming to the decision that you wish to seek a divorce from your spouse, or learning from your spouse that they wish to divorce you, can be one of the most traumatic times in your life.
Withers LLP
The range of ways that a couple can deal with their separation – and most importantly issues such as division of finances and care of children...
Withers LLP
Divorcing always causes uncertainty and now more so than ever. It's time for change for the good. How to help separating couples detangle without getting tripped up. Little did I realise last...
Expatriate Law
The whole world is watching Singapore's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The Singapore Government is being praised internationally for its handling of the situation so far.
Withers LLP
In 2019 University of Exeter research revealed 55% of households with children mistakenly believe that common law marriage exists.
Taylor Vinters
Making or refreshing a Will has quickly become a priority as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Ian Bond, Chair of the Law Society's Wills and equity committee...
Withers LLP
Losing mental capacity can be devastating for you and for your loved ones. Statistics show that the 85+ age group...
Expatriate Law
Separating from your partner when you are living abroad can be a daunting step. For French expats living in London who are considering divorce or separation...
Expatriate Law
Foreign nationals can divorce in England if one party to the marriage lives in or has the necessary connections to the UK.
Withers LLP
A shorter version of this commentary was published by the Financial Times on 31 March 2020 can be found here.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Research shows that around two thirds of the adult population in the UK do not have a Will, and there will be many reasons for this, but one of the main reasons is that people do not like to think
Expatriate Law
Alexandra Tribe, Founding and Managing Partner of Expatriate Law and Byron James, Partner at Expatriate Law, discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on international family law...
Expatriate Law
During the coronavirus pandemic, there is much uncertainty for expatriate families who have children disputes to resolve.
Expatriate Law
We understand that guidance from the UK government around the Coronavirus outbreak is changing day by day. However, we wanted to reassure all parents having to co-parent their children in...
Withers LLP
In ‘normal' times, when considering arrangements for children, the Family Court will look at each family's unique circumstances and deliver a bespoke judgment on the basis...
Expatriate Law
Many expatriates living around the world generally suffer from a great deal of misinformation regarding family law matters. Fellow expats are quick to give an opinion, even when not qualified to...
Withers LLP
Looking to reduce the inheritance tax (‘IHT') that will be payable on your death is a sensible part of your overall estate planning, and giving away your property during your...
Withers LLP
When a relationship starts to get serious, the last thing that most people want to do is raise questions around financial planning, especially when doing so might suggest
Withers LLP
Ahead of a marriage, it is important to think about your longer term needs, particularly if you have inheritance or other assets to consider.
Expatriate Law
The impact on the practice of family law of Covid-19/coronavirus can be split under two headings: i) the impact of any restrictions on movement/attending public spaces by the government; and, ii)...
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