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Joanna Uzoka

Will My Overseas Divorce Be Recognised In England And Wales?

We live in a multi-cultural society; family lawyers are therefore often faced with the question as to whether a client’s divorce overseas...

Claire Filer

Latest Divorce Statistics Only Tell Half The Story, As No-Fault Laws Begin To Filter Through

The latest divorce statistics released today via the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show a continuing fall in the number of divorces...

Nicola Hawkins

Saying 'I do' for a tax allowance - the tax advantages of being married

There is no escaping that today is valentine's day and I am sure there will be proposals today.  There are still huge tax advantages for...

April Wood

Disputes Concerning Children - Differences Between The Family Courts In England And Australia

I have been fortunate in my career to have worked extensively in both England and Australia. Since my return to practise in England...

Nicola Hawkins

The need for an attorney - your own Counsellor of State

Earlier this month Buckingham Palace announced King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer.  There has been much discussion in the news...

Emily - Jo Moore

Government’s Response To Early Resolution Consultation

Following Family Mediation Week, the Government has published its response to proposals on early resolution in private family matters. ...

Danni Brannon

Lasting Powers Of Attorney - Why The Increase?

We are seeing a notable increase in the preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney, particularly amongst the younger generation.  As...