Mondaq UK: Family and Matrimonial
Brodies LLP
It has been hard to escape the divorce metaphors in recent months as our Prime Minister, Theresa May and the European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker have embarked ...
Taylor Vinters
When you think of making your Will, deciding on what happens to your digital assets may not be top of mind.
Expatriate Law
Some quarters of the press have behaved so badly recently that passengers are no longer able to buy their wares on Virgin West Coast trains. Unfortunately, the rest of us have to put up with them.
Brodies LLP
As a family lawyer, it is always enlightening to hear about examples of successful co-parenting. Over the Christmas period, divorced Drew Barrymore took to social media ...
Withers LLP
The latest Office for National Statistics data shows a decline in divorce generally in the UK, but a rise of 23% of men and 38% of women divorcing aged 65 plus in the decade to 2015.
Expatriate Law
For those living as an expat and considering divorce in Texas, it is important to weigh up the pros and cons of divorcing in Texas with those when divorcing in England.
Withers LLP
A person who has unlawfully killed another may not benefit from the latter's death. That is the forfeiture rule.
Withers LLP
Personal representative's failure to provide truthful disclosure leads to 12 months in prison.
Withers LLP
Since the UK's legal aid cuts in 2013, there is no longer free legal advice for people going through divorce or for parents separating regarding child contact arrangements.
Taylor Vinters
Every year, the media draws our attention to ‘Divorce D-Day' – reckoned to be Monday of the first full working week in January
Brodies LLP
Reader's Digest recently published an article titled "The Worst Divorce Settlements ever – and How to Avoid one yourself".
Expatriate Law
The number of couples living together unmarried has soared in recent years, with the number of people getting married slowly on the decline. As of November 2017...
Brodies LLP
It's time to look ahead to the year before us…. and to make resolutions. We often give up on them quickly. Got the trainers but too cold for a run. Drinking a litre of water a day, but coffee gets you started in the morning.
Expatriate Law
It is a common misconception that adultery is a ground for divorce in and of itself.
Withers LLP
By now, you may be familiar with the fact that cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family model in the UK.
Brodies LLP
Having rejoined the Personal and Family department in June to strengthen Brodies' outstanding personal injury trust offering, Jessica Flowerdew provides an update on personal injury trusts ...
Brodies LLP
At a recent Commons debate, Labour MP Tulip Siddiq highlighted the growing number of parents in the UK travelling abroad with children being ...
Brodies LLP
January is the month often referred to as the month when more separations occur than any other. Certainly there appears to be a spike in numbers with newly separated individuals consulting divorce lawyers then.
Brodies LLP
You may have seen the ITV Tonight programme – Elderly Theft: Robbing the Relatives last week. The programme focused on a number of examples of relatives effectively stealing from elderly people ...
Wright Hassall LLP
A leading Midlands family lawyer is to lobby MPs for a change in the law to make sure that the marriages of many Muslim women are recognised by the UK authorities.
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Expatriate Law
It is a common misconception that adultery is a ground for divorce in and of itself.
Withers LLP
The recent case of Routier v HMRC [2017] saw the Court of Appeal provide a useful reminder that care needs to be taken where charitable legacies involve an international element.
Brodies LLP
As a family lawyer, it is always enlightening to hear about examples of successful co-parenting. Over the Christmas period, divorced Drew Barrymore took to social media ...
Withers LLP
Personal representative's failure to provide truthful disclosure leads to 12 months in prison.
Brodies LLP
It's time to look ahead to the year before us…. and to make resolutions. We often give up on them quickly. Got the trainers but too cold for a run. Drinking a litre of water a day, but coffee gets you started in the morning.
Brodies LLP
Reader's Digest recently published an article titled "The Worst Divorce Settlements ever – and How to Avoid one yourself".
Expatriate Law
For those living as an expat and considering divorce in Texas, it is important to weigh up the pros and cons of divorcing in Texas with those when divorcing in England.
Withers LLP
A person who has unlawfully killed another may not benefit from the latter's death. That is the forfeiture rule.
Expatriate Law
Byron James, Barrister at Expatriate Law, reviews the law, practice and procedure relating to the prevention of a Decree Nisi being made in to a Decree Absolute within divorce proceedings.
Mishcon de Reya
Despite trusts being the traditional wealth and succession planning preference, family investment company ("FIC") structures are being increasingly used by individuals as an alternative.
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