Quartet of Appointments as Hall Brown Growth Continues  

Published on 06 August, 2020 | James Brown

One of the country’s most dynamic family law firms has announced four appointments as it embarks on a fresh growth phase. Hall Brown Family Law has revealed that Hannah Currie and Rebekah King have both taken up the post of Solicitor while Emma Whitehead has taken up a Paralegal position. Matthew Hodgson who had started […]

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  Lockdowns and Break-Ups  

Published on 03 August, 2020 | Katie Welton-Dillon

The last four months have arguably been amongst the most trying for families across Britain in living memory. Since March the 23rd, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the introduction of a series of measures designed to counteract the spread of coronavirus, much of our normal routines have undergone substantial change. In particular, the combination […]

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  International Relations: Birth Rates And Bother for Foreign Couples  

Published on 31 July, 2020 | Katie Welton-Dillon

Britain’s status as one of the world’s major countries has long made it something of a magnet for foreign nationals. Many, of course, have relocated to the UK for work purposes. According to figures released earlier this year by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), there were, in fact, more than 3.6 million non-UK citizens […]

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  Pension-Age Pragmatism: Priorities Of The New Romantics  

Published on 30 July, 2020 | Laura Guillon

Not too many years ago, there was a commonly held view that reaching middle age meant leaving behind energetic pursuits and adopting rather more sedate pastimes. It was an attitude stereotyped by popular references to bath chairs and grey hairs, gardening and a love of fairly uninspiring daytime television programmes. However, the last decade or […]

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  Hall Brown Lawyers Named Among UK’s Best High Net Worth Advisors  

Published on 27 July, 2020 | Sam Hall

An increase in complex cases handled by one of the country’s most dynamic family law firms has helped propel members of its fast-growing London team onto a ranking of the UK’s top advisors for wealthy clients. Izzy Walsh, who heads up Hall Brown Family Law’s office in the capital, has been included in a list […]

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  High Lands, Hard Lessons: The Supreme Court and Divorce Tourism  

Published on 02 July, 2020 | Andrew Newbury

Thanks to the referendum vote in June 2016 in favour of ‘Brexit’, Britain now stands apart from the rest of Europe. However, it’s not only in political terms that the country has adopted a different approach to its counterparts overseas. For the best part of two decades, London has earned the reputation as the ‘divorce […]

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  Hall Brown Associate Claims Young Business Development Awards Double  

Published on | Ellen Walker

One of Hall Brown Family Law’s first recruits has claimed two prizes for her work in supporting the development of the Manchester’s young professionals. Ellen Walker was singled out by judges in the British and European rounds of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) awards for her efforts during her time as the organisation’s president in […]

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  Need Trumps All: Divorce And The Short Marriage  

Published on 25 June, 2020 | Alison Fernandes

It’s a fact that divorce is a more frequent feature of modern life than in previous generations. Even if we take into account a gradual decline over the last quarter of a century in the number of couples who end their marriages this way, the 91,299 divorces in England and Wales during 2018 still represented […]

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  Action And Access: Tackling Breaches In Child Arrangements Orders  

Published on 19 June, 2020 | Katie Welton-Dillon

The last three months of lockdown have added tremendous pressures to the challenge of bringing up a child. As I mentioned just days after the restrictions on working and travel were announced by the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, there was some confusion about what they meant for parents who were no longer together ( In […]

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  Family Life In A Bubble: The Complications Of Relaxing Lockdown  

Published on 12 June, 2020 | Katie Welton-Dillon

I don’t think that there are many people who would disagree with the suggestion that the last 11 weeks have been incredibly trying for people in the UK. Whilst necessary, the measures put in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus have restricted the ability of the business community to function anything like normally. However, […]

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