Rise in work for family lawyers despite low divorce rate

Solicitors attribute falling figures to rise in cohabitation and legal ai

The government needs to be brave and introduce no fault divorce

Removing fault from online proceedings could ease the courts’ administrative burden and lowe

Never work with animals?

Pet nups are on the rise as exes seek clarity over ownership upo

The journalese of divorce

The law recognises the length of a marriage and relevance of non-financial contributions, so why doesn’t the media, asks Pipp

Promoting ‘out of court’ divorce

The courts are no longer viewed as places for determining disputes, but as valuable real estate to be plundered, writes Marily

Four out of five couples ignore divorce law

MIAMs will not be effective until 2022, suggesting an ‘embarrassing failure’ of governmen

Irreconcilably different?

A legal system that embraced both English and Californian law would benefit separating couples and their families, suggests Pipp