James Riby and Melania Constable write for Lexis PSL on insolvency and divorce in the time of coronavirus
James Riby and Melania Constable have written for Lexis PSL on Insolvency and divorce in the time of coronavirus.
This article was first published by Lexis®PSL on 23/11/2020’
Reflections on ‘Torn Apart: Family Courts Uncovered’
William Longrigg quoted by Spear's on the increase in complex financial cases where sizeable assets go missing
Untangling the UK/Swiss Knot: Dealing with a cross border estate
What do the family need to think about following the death of a Swiss person with some UK connections?
Barclay v Barclay: A Stark Reminder for Badly Behaved High-Profile Litigants
David considers the Barclay v Barclay case and if the judgment should be published, given it's severe criticism of Lord Barclay's conduct
Felicity Chapman writes for eprivateclient on what happens when a party dies mid-way through a financial claim on or after a divorce
In the case of Hasan v Ul-Hasan, Mostyn J considered whether the wife could continue an application after the husband’s death.
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What happens when a party dies mid-way through a financial claim on or after a divorce?
The impact of health issues when dealing with a financial claim on divorce
Property Patter: the whys and wherefores of receivership
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Celebrating Pride month - evolutions in family law
Temporary restrictions on winding-up petitions extended until 30 September 2021
As the restrictions are extended, read what it means for you here.
Predatory marriages - renewed call for reform
Property Patter: the news so far on landlord challenges to retail CVAs
We review some of the recent high-profile landlord challenges to tenant CVAs,
William Longrigg quoted by The Times and the Daily Mail on the High Court's ruling in Ayeh-Kumi v The Lord Chancellor & Anor
The High Court found that a wife was within her rights to divorce her husband because he worked long hours and missed holidays.
Joshua Green writes for City AM on dealing with cryptocurrency assets during a divorce
Divorces are complicated on many levels, but especially so when it comes dividing up and assigning financial assets and future payments.
Exclusion clauses in freezing orders
The principles illustrated in Crowther v Crowther and Moutreuil v Andreewitch.