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‘Living in sin’ makes marriage stronger

The divorce rate in the UK is at it's lowest level in 40 years and this is apparently due to the cohabitation revolution.

Younger couples...

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The importance of full financial disclosure....

This makes for very interesting reading if it's true. It shows the importance in financial court proceedings of being honest and up front...

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Family Dispute Resolution Week

This week is Resolution's Family Dispute Resolution Week ("FDR week"). The focus this year on putting children first in divorce.

To mark...

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9 Month sentence for non-disclosure

This case shows the increasingly tough line courts are taking in respect of non-disclosure.

Mostyn J has imposed an immediate 9-month custodial sentence, thought to be the longest immediate custody ever imposed for non-disclosure...…

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Pensions Quality Mark to launch drawdown standard

With so many people now looking at pension drawdown this can only be a good thing.

It is important that people understand the advantages...

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Pre-nuptial agreements and 'the bank of mum and dad'

A lot of first-time buyers are relying on their parents for a deposit on a property, and it appears that one side-effect of this might be...

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The oil baron and the "divorce tourist"?

A multi-millionaire has criticised his wife for seeking an order for spousal maintenance against him in the English courts after their...

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60-somethings - the new baby boomer?

Official statistics show there are now more pensioners then young adults living the single lifestyle.

As a family lawyer, my clients come...

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Should you stay in a just 'good enough' marriage?

It seems women of a certain age now have far greater expectations of love and if they feel a “not bad” marriage is no longer good enough,...

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Cutting the cost of divorce

Divorcing couples often try to save costs by not instructing a lawyer, but understanding how the process works and ensuring you deal with...

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Insight into the cost of divorce for children

This article highlights the devastating impact divorce can have on children.

We often work with experts who can work with both parents and...

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Litigation Misconduct

This case involved an "abysmal husband" whose conduct was so extreme, that the Judge waived the husband's right to privacy as he felt it...

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“Ready for the marriage apocalypse?”

This is an interesting article - particularly the eye-catching forecast that almost half of today's 20 year olds in the UK will never...

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Five surprising signs you're heading for a divorce

We often find that relationships have broken down over a period of time and in circumstances where one party may have no idea that a...

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Over 50s fuel US divorce revolution

We are undoubtedly finding the same trend in this counrty

Record number of older couples break up with a quarter now splitting up later in life Record number of married couples over the age of...…

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Marriage Vs Civil Partnership

This is an interesting article that looks at the current trends in relation to marriage and the possibility of extending civil...

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