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Minors Are Often The Unintended Victims Of Cross-Border Divorce
One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is making arrangements for the children of the marriage; their well being and where they shall live are rarely easy decisions.
UK
20 Jun 2019
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Special Guardianship Orders For Cross-Border Child Care Cases
There can be many reasons why the parents of a family are unable to care for their children, for whatever reason the Local Authorities have a duty to ensure that those children are protected
UK
12 Jun 2019
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Could Anyone In Your Family Be Unhappy With The Terms Of Your Will?
The question of inheritance can unwittingly cause rifts and dissension within a family leading to legal challenges and in the worst case, a fractured family.
UK
16 Apr 2019
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No Fault Divorce Reform Will transform Family Law In England And Wales
The long-anticipated changes to the divorce laws of England and Wales have taken a step closer with the announcement of a new divorce law which reforms the existing grounds for divorce...
UK
10 Apr 2019
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Islamic Marriages May Fall With The Scope Of English Divorce Law
The recent High Court ruling in the divorce case involving Nasreen Akhtar and her husband, Mohammed Shabaz Khan ...
UK
10 Aug 2018
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Islamic Marriages Under Sharia Law May Fall Within The Scope Of English Law
The recent High Court ruling in the divorce case involving Nasreen Akhtar and her husband, Mohammed Shabaz Khan, may very well open the door to number of similar cases where Muslim women...
Italy
7 Aug 2018
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A Victory For Equality
After a long fight Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan have won their battle for the right to have a civil partnership.
Italy
9 Jul 2018
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Pre-Nuptial Agreements – Romance Killer Or True Love Or Sign Of True Love?
Post-nuptial agreements can be drafted throughout the marriage, particularly if other assets are acquired.
Italy
6 Jun 2018
9
Divorce And The Grandparents
It goes without saying that divorce is one of the most challenging things a family has to negotiate.
Italy
11 May 2018
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New Initiative To Overcome Parental Alienation And Protect Children
A new approach to the problem of parental alienation by one parent against the other is be trialled by Cafcass in an attempt of prevent the potential for long term emotional damage to the children who are subject to such actions.
Italy
20 Nov 2017
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British Same-Sex Married Couple Caught In Bureaucratic Nightmare
Leandro Barreto and François Souyri face an uncertain future when they discovered that their intention to relocate to France has been thrown into disarray by the French government's failure...
Worldwide
26 Oct 2017
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Divorce In London May Be An Attractive Proposition For Some
The couple involved are both foreign nationals but have lived in London since 1993. The judge found that their long marriage, whilst marred by infidelity on both sides, amounted to a "subsisting marriage" notwithstanding the affairs which the marriage clearly survived.
UK
18 May 2017
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Acquisition Of Italian Citizenship By Marriage
Italian citizenship can automatically be acquired through marriage. Before 27 April 1983, foreign women who married an Italian citizen were automatically granted Italian citizenship but the rules has since changed . . .
UK
16 Jan 2017
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The Supreme Court Ruling Today Will Help To Clarify The Grounds For Adult Childrens' Inheritance Challenges
The Supreme Court ruling, expected today, in the case brought by Heather Ilott following her exclusion from her mother Melita Jackson's will should assist in clarifying the law relating to the grounds . . .
UK
13 Dec 2016
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Parental Alienation In Separated Families And The Lack Of UK Legislation
The phenomenon of parental alienation, although a widely recognised in North America and Europe, so far it is not recognised in courts across England and Wales.
UK
28 Nov 2016
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The Ministry Of Justice Protects Children In Cross-Border Divorce
The Ministry of Justice acts to protect Children of Divorcing Couples in Cross-border Separations and Divorce.
UK
9 Nov 2016
17
Civil Partnership - v - Marriage
The couple lost their appeal yesterday at the High Court where they contended that they were subject to discrimination and state that they intend to appeal.
UK
4 Nov 2016
18
The Ministry Of Justice Acts To Protect Children Of Divorcing Couples In Cross-Border Separations And Divorce
Clearly failure to opt in could result in children's rights could be compromised and may affect their capacity to maintain contact with both parents if they live in different EU countries...
UK
4 Nov 2016
19
Parents Must Think About Their Children's Welfare In Divorce
Parents should be far more mindful of their children's wellbeing during the course of a divorce.
Italy
2 Nov 2016
20
LGBT lawyers - Inferior Rights For Cohabiting Couples
The judicial system does not give cohabiting couples any legal rights like married couples and those in civil partnerships.
UK
18 Jan 2016
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