Royalty And Responsibility  

Being described “a good parent” is more than merely a complimentary form of words. The role of a parent is formative and fundamental in the well-being and development of a child. It is one reason why the courts take the matter of parental responsibility so very seriously. After all, parental responsibility is a legal status, […]

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  Pre-Nups And Profile  

It is fair to say that family law in England and Wales does not change as quickly as the circumstances within households in either country. As my colleague Claire Reid pointed out earlier this week, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act ( which has now come into force – heralding the introduction of ‘no-fault’ divorce […]

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  ‘No-Fault’ Divorce: Historic But Only A Halfway Mark  

Today is an historic day for family law in England and Wales. It marks the day on which the provisions of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 ( come into force. Most notable of them all is the removal of the need for spouses to apportion blame for the breakdown of their marriages. The […]

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