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To share, or not to share – Midwife wins court battle with her tech boss ex-partner over their £1million home
Midwife wins court battle with her tech boss ex-partner over their £1million home after telling judge he promised her an...
What is an online divorce?
Making a decision to divorce is a very personal choice, it is usually a very difficult decision and often one...
Ministry of Justice Update: Divorce Proceedings take a year to get through the Court
One of the questions we are most frequently asked at a first meeting is ‘how long does it take to...
Exceptional qualities and special contributions
Lehna Hewitt reviews cases where a special contribution argument has been successful, and the outcome in Work v Grey It...
Time for change for cohabitation laws?
Supreme Court landmark win to change discrimination against marital status. Today saw the landmark victory for Denise Brewster who won...
Arbitration in Private Children Law Cases
What is Arbitration and how can it help? Arbitration offers parents choices as an alternative to litigating through the court...
For Richer, for Paw(er)
A number of celebrity couples have also argued publically over their pets in their divorce proceedings, both in the states and in the UK; including former English rugby union player, Will Carling and his ex-wife Julia, who eventually came to an agreed settlement over their Labrador named ‘Biff’ and footballer George Best and his wife Alex, who were locked in dispute over their 2 Red Setters.
McKenzie Friend or Foe?
McKenzie Friend or Foe? - An article about McKenzie Friends in matrimonial proceedings by Nicola Caffery
Contempt of court and Family Law
A blog by Rebecca Harling in relation to the issue of contempt of court and family law. This follows the recent news events surrounding the matter of Mr & Mrs Young which has led to Mr Young being sentenced to a term of imprisonment for failure to comply with court directions and orders.