Marital Loss And Capital Gains  

Last year saw the introduction of the most significant reform of divorce law in half a century. The introduction of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act meant that individuals who believed that their marriages had failed no longer had to apportion blame for those relationships having irretrievably broken down ( However, as experienced family lawyers, we […]

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  ‘Not Amused’? Fewer Marriages, Cohabitation and Queen Victoria  

For those of us alive today, the 19th-century is truly another age. No-one remains alive from the 1800s, a time of Napoleon Bonaparte, the American Civil War and, in Britain, Queen Victoria: figures whom we are only really aware of from history books. More than merely the passage of time, we would probably all agree […]

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