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“No-fault” legislation to reform divorce law in England and Wales

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When going through the divorce process, often individuals are unsure of what questions to ask or what to do first. Download our guide which outlines 10 key questions you may wish to ask your solicitor at your first meeting, and …Continue reading

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In a move which mirrors Game of Thrones, an American man has filed papers with his local court asking that his ongoing legal dispute with his wife be settled in a trial by combat. Also in line with the much …Continue reading

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Going through a divorce is difficult for many reasons, but it is possible to make the process less stressful. Download our Divorce Routemap which navigates you through the key stages of the divorce process, whilst taking into consideration your own …Continue reading

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Adoption is the legal relationship created by an order of court between (an) adoptive parent(s) and a child which replaces the legal relationship with the child’s natural parents. It confers upon the adoptive parent(s) rights and responsibilities to allow them …Continue reading

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Following the decision of the Supreme Court case of R (on the application of Steinfeld and Keidan) (Appellants) v Secretary of State for International Development (in substitution for the Home Secretary and Education Secretary) (Respondent) in which the court made …Continue reading

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D: damaging or diplomatic? I: insufferable or innovative? V: volatile or versatile? O: obstructive or open-minded? R: resentful or respectful? C: combative or cooperative? E: expensive or effective? I know which group of words I would choose – do you? …Continue reading

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This week, the Scottish Government announced that they would introduce a Bill to the Scottish Parliament which, if enacted, will create new protective orders to keep a suspected perpetrator of domestic abuse away from the household of someone who is …Continue reading

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3 October, 2019 was a memorable day for Scottish children as The Children (Equal Protection from Assault) (Scotland) Bill was passed by the Scottish Parliament.  The Bill is designed to give children equal protection from assault to that enjoyed by …Continue reading

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This week, the Scottish Government revealed the much awaited Children (Scotland) Bill following their extensive consultation, which began over a year ago. Many practitioners will agree that an overhaul of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995 was long over-due. Whether the …Continue reading

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With the excitement of fresher’s week around the corner, it raises the question of the financial obligations that parents have towards their children when they begin university. It is relatively well known that where an individual is under the age …Continue reading

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