News: Divorcees Representing Themselves in Court Face Obstacles  

The process of divorce can be lengthy, bringing stress and further complications, which is perhaps why many couples have been choosing to take matters into their own hands and represent themselves. Currently in England and Wales, there are five ways to initiate divorce proceedings, three of which involve living separately for at least two years. […]

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  Divorce: The Psychological Toll on Children  

Divorce rates have fallen dramatically over the past 40 years. Many commentators have attributed this to the increase in pre-marriage cohabitation, claiming that it helps couples to strengthen their relationship before going on to tie the knot. Even so, divorce is still common in Britain today, and the psychological toll that it can have on […]

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  Andrew Newbury joins Hall Brown Family Law  

Hall Brown Family Law is proud to announce the appointment of Andrew Newbury, as a partner at the practice, as we continue to grow via hand-picked personnel from top-tier firms. Andrew was previously a partner at Pannone, heading up the largest family law department in Manchester from 2010 onwards, before the firm merged with Slater and […]

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