Divorce law roundtable covered in The Times
The Times ran a diary story on a divorce law media roundtable that we held earlier this week. The discussion covered a range of topics, including Brexit, Sharia law and divorce law reform. Read more below (subscription required).
Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on arrangements for children of international families
Property Patter: cohabitees and property rights - what do couples need to think about?
It is easy to drift into complicated territory when it comes to property arrangements between a couple
I'm getting married in the morning, ding dong the bells are going to chime...
Co-parenting arrangements - what are they and what are some of the key considerations?
Guidance where Domestic Abuse alleged
High Court finds former unmarried couple hold weekend home as beneficial joint tenants (despite just one funding the whole £1,550,000 purchase price)
The rise of cost sanctions in family law proceedings (even against successful parties!)
“Do I have to mediate?”
A trained impartial mediator can work with a divorcing couple if they cannot sort matters themselves.
Domestic Abuse Bill - strengthened protection for victims
The conveniences and inconveniences of forum non-conveniens
Common sense prevails in husband’s attempt to charge former wife rent to live in matrimonial home.
Sarah Jane Boon
Sarah Jane Boon quoted by the Evening Standard on the Court of Appeal's decision in the Derhali divorce
For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer
The end of the blame game - introduction of no fault divorce
Matt Foster writes for Family Law Journal on the enforcement of child arrangements orders
Matt Foster argues that the enforcement of child arrangements orders requires a pragmatic approach outside the legislative framework.
Lockdown 3.0 - Exceptions to the 'Stay at Home' message; a reminder of the coronavirus rules affecting families
Brexit dos and don'ts for family lawyers before 31 December
What do the new Christmas rules mean for children with separated parents?
Miranda Fisher quoted by Tatler on the rise in the use of prenuptial agreements
Untangling the UK/Swiss Knot: Wills for Swiss/UK couples
Before Heidi and Henry “settle down”, they decide to go on a free-ride skiing adventure. Do they need Wills?