Divorce

There are no winners in Owens v Owens

Calls for no-fault divorce are likely to fall on deaf ears, says Mark Harrop

‘Desperately unhappy’ Mrs Owens refused divorce

Munby P laments ‘hypocrisy and lack of intellectual honesty’ of current law

The stellar contribution claim

Is the ‘stellar contribution’ argument fair and just, asks Julian Hawkhead

The importance of business valuations on divorce

As businesses differ, it is important to ascertain their value with care to ensure a fair division of the family wealth, advises Rakesh Kapila

A rare case of defended divorce

Owens is a reminder of the unnecessary turmoil caused by fault-based divorce, writes Paul Hunt

Owens v Owens: New calls for divorce law reform

‘Highly unusual’ case will ‘almost certainly’ renew calls for change

Punishment befitting the crime?

Are tougher sanctions for defaulters on divorce payments orders justified, asks Paul Hunt