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Divorce law blog

What happens if my ex breaches a child arrangements order?


15/02/2017   By: Claire Molyneux
What can you do if the court has made a child arrangements order (CAO) relating to your child but your ex is not complying with it?

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The effect of bankruptcy on your divorce


15/11/2016   By: Administrator Account
Within divorce proceedings the Family Court can make a number of financial orders in order to fairly

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Dispute Resolution Week - what is it all about?


25/11/2015   By: Edward Heaton
With Resolution’s annual Family Dispute Resolution Week well underway and events taking place across the country to raise awareness of Dispute Resolution, it is perhaps time to pause and revisit the basics. With the strap line “There is a better way to separate”, what is it actually all about?

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Is my Get accepted as a valid divorce in the UK?


16/01/2015   By: Kim Aucott
In the UK, a divorce can only be obtained in the court so if you obtain your get in the UK Beth Din it will not be recognised as effective to dissolve your marriage here.

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New Domestic Abuse Guidelines for Prosecutors


13/01/2015   By: Alex Round
There is no specific statutory definition of domestic violence and abuse: it is a general term describing a range of controlling and coercive behaviours, used by one person to maintain control over another with whom they have, or have had, an intimate or family relationship.

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Divorce and the new Stamp Duty regime – what does it mean for home buyers/sellers?


17/12/2014   By: Alex Round
Many people who are in the process of getting divorced in the UK will be selling and/or buying a property as a result. The recently announced changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) regime are therefore important to understand.

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Keep it out of court: collaborative process in a nutshell


28/11/2013   By: Roger Bamber
The collaborative process – sometimes called collaborative law – is another way of sorting out the issues that arise on separation or divorce – without going to Court. So what are the advantages and disadvantages of collaborative law?

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Family law mediation – the way forward for cost effective solutions to family disputes


21/11/2013   By: Alison Bull
With National Family Dispute Resolution Week (25 – 29 November 2013) highlighting the alternatives to court, I thought it would be a great opportunity to take a look at how another dispute resolution option is changing what divorcing couples can and should expect from their family solicitors.

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The rise and rise of the fixed fee divorce


01/08/2013   By: Hannah Wilson
“Why would anybody want to sign a blank cheque – I wouldn’t for my builder, so why should I for my lawyer?” Over the past six months, we have found more and more clients asking our divorce solicitors to quote for a fixed fee. And quite right too. Many law firms are now following suit, and legal websites make it easier for future clients to shop around to get the best deal. But are fixed fees the complete answer?

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Ten key facts about same sex marriage


24/07/2013   By: Caitlin Jenkins
The government's legislation on same sex marriage was recently passed, becoming law for England and Wales. So what does this mean and how will it be implemented? Here are ten key facts.

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