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Anderson Strathern LLP
Prenups can be a positive thing if they are done in a friendly, cooperative way.
Birketts
As the recent news story about a man who mistakenly threw out a hard drive containing Bitcoin now worth c£250m demonstrates, it is vital that we keep track of our digital assets to avoid them being lost.
Giambrone & Partners
The lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic has seen an increase, not only in divorce but in parental child abduction
Anderson Strathern LLP
For many couples, a key is likely to come before a ring, although it's true to say that there may be more rings and proposals around Valentine's Day.
Ashfords LLP
A claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975 ('the 1975 Act') is not a hostile claim against the estate; rather it is a claim concerning the division of the net estate.
Ashfords LLP
It is fair to say that a Will can be challenged in a number of different ways however, perhaps one of the more exciting areas is forgery.
Burgess Mee
LGBT+ History Month takes place every February, to promote equality and diversity and increase awareness of the LGBT+ community
Aramas Family Law
Breaking up may be hard to do, but for married expats it can be fraught with danger. Where couples choose to divorce can have a major impact on both parties' financial health, so getting it right is crucial.
Burgess Mee
With the news being dominated by Covid-19 for the last 9 months, we have had a bit of a break from hearing about ‘Brexit'.
Ashfords LLP
One of the areas that can exacerbate the already distressing situation following a death is where there is an argument about where the Deceased should be buried, or whether there should be a burial or a cremation.
Ashfords LLP
It is unfortunate but not unusual to find that following the death of a family member a dispute arises amongst those with an entitlement to or an expectation of an inheritance.
Taylor Vinters
Financial court orders made on divorce are intended to be final. There are very limited circumstances in which a court will consider "unpicking" an order after it has been made.
Giambrone & Partners
The current way of living due to the coronavirus pandemic appears to have heightened the tensions felt within a number of marriages...
Ashfords LLP
The extent to which a beneficiary is entitled to trust information is a frequent cause of friction between beneficiaries and trustees/executors.
Giambrone & Partners
Most people recognise the wisdom of making a will, however, a large percentage of young adults do not see it as an imperative task but it is something that all of us need ...
Taylor Vinters
Divorcing couples with cross-border connections could see significant changes to their divorce proceedings, including the end of the ‘jurisdiction race'.
BLM
How do the family courts treat businesses in divorce proceedings? From a corporate point of view, how should shares be dealt with?...
Taylor Vinters
If we're to believe reports from the media, as soon as life gets back to ‘normal' divorce lawyers will be overrun with new business.
Taylor Vinters
If we're to believe reports from the media, as soon as life gets back to ‘normal' divorce lawyers will be overrun with new business.
Giambrone & Partners
The latest ONS figures for 2017 found the divorce rate was highest for men aged 45-49 and women aged 40-44.
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