Katie Royals on 18/10/2019
The majority of people going through divorce or dealing with family issues such as access to children are reluctant to seek help for mental health issues despite often showing clear signs of distress, according to national law firm Irwin Mitchell
News Team on 16/10/2019
The Queen’s Speech – delivered in the UK Houses of Parliament this week - has brought ‘no fault’ divorce back onto the agenda
News Team on 15/10/2019
The number of civil partnerships formed in England and Wales increased by 5.3 percent in 2018 to 956
News Team on 24/09/2019
UK women are leaving themselves financially vulnerable in the event of a divorce, according to new research from wealth manager Netwealth
News Team on 19/09/2019
Fundamental changes are needed in the family courts in order to prioritise mental health in children and parents, lawyers at Irwin Mitchell have said
News Team on 17/09/2019
Older generations are continuing to get married and defy a decline in marriage rates, according to new statistics
News Team on 16/09/2019
Complex assets such as shares in private companies, private equity funds, or possessions of particular personal value can be some of the most difficult and fraught assets to value and divide in a divorce, according to 2019 eprivateclient Top Family Law Firm, Boodle Hatfield
Many hoped 2019 would be a significant one for family law reform – an area which many argue is in desperate need of modernisation. However, new legislation such as the Domestic Abuse Bill and the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, which would see the introduction of no-fault divorce, are now under threat due to the current political climate....
News Team on 06/09/2019
2019 eprivateclient Top Family Law Firm Burges Salmon has appointed Richard Handel as a director in its family law and divorce team.
News Team on 29/08/2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to suspend Parliament until 14 October. If successful, this is likely to have a negative effect on the Government’s legislative agenda, which includes the possible death of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill.
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