Consideration, Cohabitation And Polls: Hope Of Legal Reform?  

The late Harold Wilson famously quipped that “a week is a long time in politics”. An MP for more than 30 years, he possessed more than enough experience to make the oft-quoted observation. Britain during the era in which he twice became Prime Minister was, of course, very much different to now. Marriage was the […]

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  Honesty, Disclosure And Divorce  

“Honesty”, so the saying goes, “is the best policy”. Whilst that can be regarded as a basic element of all social or commercial interaction, it is an absolute requirement of legal processes. The rules governing divorce, for instance, are clear about the obligations on separating spouses to be forthcoming about all material facts. One document […]

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