The family courts are using the threat of a no deal Brexit to reduce the value of some larger divorce settlements, says Boodle Hatfield
Sarah Jane Lenihan navigates the law surrounding child arrangements for feuding parents during the pandemic
Resolving finances on divorce in lockdown can be achieved efficiently through the private FDR process, says Sarah Jane Lenihan
Cost, acrimony and time are the enemies of a ‘good’ divorce, so Kate Daly and Pip Wilson have sought to rid the process of all three
Lawyers have been urged not to leave face-to-face client communication behind as they emerge from the covid-19 crisis, following a recent survey
Solicitors’ fees are becoming less transparent, according to a survey which revealed young people are increasingly borrowing money to fund divor
A dissenting Supreme Court judge has criticised a ruling for giving wives “untrammelled licence” to go forum-shopping
No-fault divorce looks set to become law next year after the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill passed in the House of Commons
Alec Samuels examines the law on the break-up of cohabitation and civil partnership
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