Why Court Should be the Last Resort When Divorcing

At the beginning of 2022, it was predicted that divorce rates could surge by more than 50% in the UK. The impact of pandemic lockdowns, pressures due to the cost of living increases and changes in legislation such as the no-fault divorce,

Is a pre-nup enforceable?

2022 has been a landmark year for family law, with the introduction of the ‘no-fault’ divorce law coming into effect on 6 April removing the need to prove a relationship has broken down. Meanwhile, many couples across the country are still waiting

Divorce and bankruptcy: Double trouble

Divorce and bankruptcy have been two big topics in recent times. The impact of Covid-19 has resulted in companies going under, leaving employees without a job, and couples being cooped up in lockdown together – but what happens when these two, already

Preparing for Divorce: What you need to know

After couples spent more than a year being cooped up in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is perhaps unsurprising that there has been an increase in enquiries from spouses who are wanting to split from their partners. However, making the

I got Divorced Abroad, is it Valid in England?

When it comes to divorce and family law, different countries’ approaches can vary enormously. Recognition of a foreign divorce is important as it can affect your ability to remarry and cause issues in relation to wills and inheritance, welfare benefits, marital status,

Going through Divorce with a Business Involved

The family business comes in all shapes and sizes and in view of this can often be the most difficult financial settlement to conclude following a divorce. In today’s uncertain economic climate there are potential storms on the horizon for the family