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Giambrone & Partners
How the UK will finally leave Europe will define the way cross-border divorce cases are dealt with in the future. The spectre of a no-deal Brexit is closer than ever and the consequences...
UK
DMH Stallard
With the government recently announcing the biggest decline in employment since the 2009 recession and with many businesses set to fail due to the pandemic how will this affect...
Taylor Vinters
The starting point in sorting out any divorce settlement is for each party to give a full and frank disclosure of all of their assets.
Giambrone & Partners
Once the Brexit transition period ends at 11.00 pm on 31 December 2020 there will be a number of significant changes in how new cross-border divorce and child proceedings will be treated.
Giambrone & Partners
The immense pressure that businesses are under with the double impact of the potential no-deal Brexit and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic is often most keenly felt when a husband and wife work within their own business.
Butcher & Barlow
It has long been thought that these "grounds" are out of step with current society and often couples wish to separate where no one is at fault. In many countries, no fault divorce is available
Giambrone & Partners
Divorce is nearly always a distressing process and if a business is involved fairly dividing the assets can become complex.
Withers LLP
In this podcast, we look at moving a trust. Our host and head of the family office practice, Ivan Sacks, talks to Sandra Fung...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
This means that no fault divorces will finally be an option available to divorcing couples from Autumn 2021.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
In an email to Central Family Court users published in The Law Society Gazette on 11 August, His Honour Judge Robin Tolson QC announced his intention to step down as Designated Family Judge for London, ...
Rollits LLP
A recent case demonstrates how intermingling business arrangements within families can create a further layer of difficulty when marriages breakdown and emotions run high.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
"No, not rich. I am a poor man with money, which is not the same thing" says one of the characters in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's classic book Love In The Time of Cholera.
Withers LLP
The cornerstone of family law in Singapore is that the welfare of the child is paramount. This was reiterated in the recent decision of Re B [2020] SGFC 46 ("Re B").
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Since late March 2020, the UK has been subject to a government-imposed lockdown in an attempt to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Anthony Gold
In the second post of the themed week, Fiona Lyon speaks about Pre-nuptial Agreements.
Giambrone & Partners
Increasingly another aspect thrown up by divorce is the question of custody of the pets.
Giambrone & Partners
Royal assent was granted to the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill on 25 June 2020 heralding the hotly anticipated "no-fault divorce".
Anthony Gold
Further changes to ‘Weddings during Covid-19'…but major reform is required for weddings and couples cohabiting.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
A sharp rise in inheritance disputes is likely to be another unhappy legacy of coronavirus (COVID-19). For anyone so unfortunate as to lose their partner,
Anthony Gold
Marriage may revoke an existing will, it does not replace the will with a set of readymade provisions.
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