Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay? Divorce, Litigation And Perspective  

The break-up of any marriage can be one of the most stressful points of anyone’s life, generating immense stress. However, the vast majority of spouses who divorce manage to do so in an amicable manner. They appreciate that being able to part on good terms makes the divorce process quicker and more straightforward. It is […]

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  Lockdown, Logjams And The Family Courts  

In recent months, the UK – and, indeed, the rest of the world – has been emerging from lockdown. The staging of music festivals and football matches as well as the gradually busier commute to work have all been taken as indications that life is getting back to something approaching normality. We have now also […]

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  Fault, Divorce And Delay  

In just over a week, we will reach a significant anniversary in family law reform. On June the 26th last year, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill obtained royal assent and, therefore, became an act of the UK’s parliament ( Sadly, there will be few celebrations this month, given the Government admission in recent days […]

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