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But we are married? Aren’t we?

Date:14 AUG 2017
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Family law expert, Lawyer

Stala Charalambous is a family law expert

The Financial Remedies Handbook is the first resort for thousands of matrimonial lawyers by combining a clear explanation of the applicable legal principles with straightforward advice on practice and procedure.

This new edition for 2017 has been thoroughly revised and contains detailed analysis and practical guidance on all recent case-law and procedural developments.

The 11th edition is available to order here.

‘With this ring I thee wed…’ but did you? ‘I want a divorce’ but are you legally married?

Weddings are a great time to celebrate but couples should take care to ensure that if they want to be married to their partner that the wedding ceremony is legally recognised and valid in the land (country) where it takes place. Otherwise they could find that their beautiful wedding day was just a memory and wishful thinking. This could have serious detrimental financial consequences should the relationship ‘turn sour’ or in the  event of the death a partner. It can also affect a father’s parental responsibility for a child. If unmarried the...

Read the full article here.