Separation, Streep, Slaps And Nuptial Contracts  

The annual Academy Awards honour the great, good and very talented within the movie industry. Even more than the distribution of the much-coveted Oscar statuettes, they provide an opportunity for glad-handing between some of the world’s best-known film-makers. Last year’s ceremony, though, has gone down in entertainment history for a different sort of handiwork; namely, […]

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  The Future Of Cohabitation Law Reform In The UK  

Resolution, an organisation of family law professionals committed to resolving matters in a constructive manner, have voiced their determination to continue to advocate for cohabitation law reform at a conference held at the beginning of February. My colleague, Laura Guillon, highlighted in her blog Mirror Marriage: Cohabitation and Complexity ( that there has been resistance […]

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