The Pros and Cons of Nesting

                The recent news that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie are separating after 18 years of marriage hit the headlines not only because they are a high profile couple on the

What happens to children when parents split up

Kingsley Napley’s Head of Family Law Charlotte Bradley has been interviewed by Kid’s Law podcasters 10 year old Alma-Constance and her colleague Lucinda for a new podcast series which aims to explain different areas of the law to children and young people aged

Women Ignore Pensions on Divorce at their Peril

“Divorced Women missing out on Pensions Wealth” was the recent Daily Telegraph headline that caught my eye reporting on a study by Royal London and comments by their Director of Policy, Sir Steve Webb (former Minister of State for Pensions in David Cameron’s

Divorce by Job Description or Love Actually?

Recent Swedish research  (published by The Royal Society) has come up with some ideas about why their neighbours in Denmark divorce by mapping what people do for a living with the chances of divorce. Why exactly they wanted to look at this relatively small sample