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Mark Saunders, Park Square BarristersAs time has moved on and lawyers are more used to conducting cases online and using electronic resources it is useful to remind ourselves about the rules that...
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Tristan Harvey, QEB2022 is a landmark year for the family justice system as the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 comes into force. This article considers whether the options available to...
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Jo O'Sullivan, O'Sullivan Family Law Ltd, Member of Resolution’s EDI CommitteeAre you missing out on 20% of clients because your business is not accessible? There is much to do to...
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Jonathan Galbraith, Mathieson ConsultingBeverley Morris, Partner, Lodders LLPExploring the potential pitfalls and difficulties that arise when a pension sharing order, on implementation, brings about...
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William Seagrim, Senior Lecturer, Swansea University; Family law barrister, 9 Park Place ChambersDavid Gareth Evans, Family law barrister, 9 Park Place ChambersIn this article the authors...
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Darren Howe QC, 1 Crown Office RowHope Spalding, 1 Crown Office RowThis article examines the updated ABE Guidelines released in January 2022, noting the significant changes and identifying whether,...
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From 6 April 2022 England and Wales has a new divorce law, so-called no-fault.  It is the most significant divorce law change since 1969.  It introduces an entirely new basis of obtaining a...
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With predictions that bonuses in the banking sector will be high this year; this article considers how bonus payments are dealt with upon divorce and for how long after separation they might be shared...
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In the family justice system, we are dealing daily with the human condition. How people respond to stressful situations is part of that condition, is normal and is to be expected. In Lancashire County...
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In recent years there have been calls for a change in the law to protect vulnerable adults from falling victim to what has become known as “predatory marriage”. This is due to a rise in...
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