Family charity calls for greater take-up of out-of-court options for separatin
The case law on special contributions shows the court has set the threshold inordinately high for parties seeking to deviate from equality, writes Lar
Sarah Hutchinson and Elizabeth Burch discuss key family cases, including developments in the law on nuptial agreements and the emphasis on the voice of the
Solicitors attribute falling figures to rise in cohabitation and legal ai
Removing fault from online proceedings could ease the courts’ administrative burden and lowe
Pet nups are on the rise as exes seek clarity over ownership upo
The law recognises the length of a marriage and relevance of non-financial contributions, so why doesn’t the media, asks Pipp
The courts are no longer viewed as places for determining disputes, but as valuable real estate to be plundered, writes Marily
MIAMs will not be effective until 2022, suggesting an ‘embarrassing failure’ of governmen
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