Undertakings Undermined: The Supreme Court, Children and “Clean Breaks”  

One common feature of divorce is how often spouses whose marriages have ended talk about being determined to make the most of the opportunity for a fresh start in life. Of course, that can be easier said than done on many different levels. More than the administration is the emotion, much of which may well […]

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  Losing The Connection: How Being Internet Savvy is Fuelling Over-65 Divorce  

Technology, it is said, has made us a more connected world than at any point in our history. It wasn’t so long ago that we marvelled at how air flight has made far-flung parts of the globe easily accessible in little over a century since the Wright brothers first took to the air. Yet, in […]

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  After A Fashion: Could Marriage Be On The Rebound?  

Among William Shakespeare’s many contributions to the English language, one is his ability to distill acute observations on romance into the kind of pithy phrases which linger long in the individual memory and even longer in the collective vocabulary. In ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’, no less, he remarked that “the course of true love never did […]

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