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Coronavirus & Child Arrangement Orders

Posted in Family & Divorce on 24th Mar 2020
‘I have a Court Order giving the other parent contact with my child. What do I do in light of coronavirus?’ This is a common question many separated couples are now asking themselves. In light of the current Coronavirus pandemic, the government have issued rules to prevent the spread of this disease. You should abide by the government’s guidance especially if you or your child is currently in isolation due to symptoms of COVID-19. It is vital that you take adequate steps to comply with government rules and not make your child, yourself or others...

The Implications of Brexit on your Divorce...

Posted in Family & Divorce on 11th Nov 2019
As Brexit is fast approaching and the prospect of a 'No Deal' exit looms, the potential impact on divorce and family legislation remains unclear. There has been no viable plan put forward to address the problems that will arise in family law generally once we leave the EU. If you are married to someone who was born in the European Union, or if you live in the EU, the implications of Brexit could be substantial to your divorce and family disputes. Divorce and the issue of jurisdiction: The race to court One of the most essential statutes within...

London: Divorce Capital Of The World For...

Posted in Family & Divorce on 6th Nov 2019
London has earned its reputation as the 'divorce capital' of the world. A destination where the partners of the high net worth travel to, attracted by the reputation of British judges awarding very generous settlements. London's courts are increasingly attracting what have been called 'divorce tourists', especially for big money divorce claims. Why Divorce in the UK? The English courts have an extremely wide discretion when making orders in high net worth divorce proceedings. The starting point is generally one of equality, however their approach...
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