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Withers LLP
This was the question faced by the Court of Appeal in the divorce case of Hayat Alireza v Hossam Radwan [2017] EWCA Civ1545.
Expatriate Law
The decision to proceed with a divorce and the division of matrimonial assets is a daunting prospect for most people. Whilst it need not be made more complicated for Expatriates, there are a few...
Brodies LLP
The long running debate on what form the post-Brexit relationship between the UK and EU will take reached a new stage recently with the publication of the UK Government's White Paper...
Withers LLP
A retired headmistress has failed in her attempt to claim financial provision from the estate of a former neighbour on the ground that she was his 'honorary daughter'.
Brodies LLP
The long running debate on what form the post-Brexit relationship between the UK and EU will take reached a new stage with the publication of the UK Government's White Paper on "The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union".
Brodies LLP
Aretha Franklin died on 16 August and shortly after her death was announced, her family revealed that she did not have a will.
Withers LLP
A retired headmistress has failed in her attempt to claim financial provision from the estate of a former neighbour on the ground that she was his 'honorary daughter'.
Withers LLP
Owen Davies' family only found out about the November 2008 death of their late brother/ son four months after the event.
Brodies LLP
It was recently reported that Mr Villiers has filed an application to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.
Brodies LLP
A recent decision from the Supreme Court has sparked debate on the practice of English Courts awarding indefinite maintenance to spouses on divorce.
Giambrone & Partners
The recent High Court ruling in the divorce case involving Nasreen Akhtar and her husband, Mohammed Shabaz Khan ...
Brodies LLP
Though not all will admit it, a number of us will now be at loss as to what to do with our evenings now that the popular ‘Love Island' series has come to an end.
Wrigleys Solicitors
The recent case of Taulbut v Davey is the latest example of a homemade Will causing confusion, frustration, and fallout.
Mishcon de Reya
The Supreme Court has handed down its decision in Owens v Owens.
Wright Hassall LLP
Yesterday, Wednesday 25 July 2018, the Supreme Court dismissed Tini Owens' appeal in Owens v Owens, one of the most significant divorce cases to be heard in recent years.
Brodies LLP
With the final stage of the Tour de France fast approaching you may be nervously anticipating who is going to take the yellow jersey! However, still fresh in many cycling enthusiasts' minds...
Bishop and Sewell LLP
The Department of Health and Social Care recently published guidance for surrogates and intended parents, which sets out how to start a family through a surrogacy arrangement in England and Wales.
Bishop and Sewell LLP
At the end of June 2018 the Supreme Court handed down a judgment saying that heterosexual couples should have the same right as same sex couples to enter into civil partnerships.
Bell Lax Solicitors
They each earned approximately ฃ100,000 a year when they met in 2007, but Mrs Sharp subsequently received bonuses of ฃ10.5 million.
Bell Lax Solicitors
I quite often see this when parties are separating.
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Withers LLP
Finding fault in divorce is an artifice which has been continued for far too long.
Brodies LLP
A recent decision from the Supreme Court has sparked debate on the practice of English Courts awarding indefinite maintenance to spouses on divorce.
Expatriate Law
The decision to proceed with a divorce and the division of matrimonial assets is a daunting prospect for most people. Whilst it need not be made more complicated for Expatriates, there are a few...
Withers LLP
Owen Davies' family only found out about the November 2008 death of their late brother/ son four months after the event.
Withers LLP
A retired headmistress has failed in her attempt to claim financial provision from the estate of a former neighbour on the ground that she was his 'honorary daughter'.
Withers LLP
A retired headmistress has failed in her attempt to claim financial provision from the estate of a former neighbour on the ground that she was his 'honorary daughter'.
Keystone Law
Divorce and financial settlements England and Wales are determined by the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 which itself adopted aspects of the Divorce Reform Act 1969.
Brodies LLP
The long running debate on what form the post-Brexit relationship between the UK and EU will take reached a new stage with the publication of the UK Government's White Paper on "The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union".
Brodies LLP
It was recently reported that Mr Villiers has filed an application to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.
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