International Divorce - Are the Europeans Falling out of love with Marriage? According to EUROSTAT, Since 1964, the marriage rate in the EU has declined from 8.0 per 1 000 people in 1964 to 3.2 in … [Read more...] about International Divorce – Is Europe Falling Out of Love?
No Fault Divorce - D Day This year, D Day has moved. Traditionally D Day has been seen as the first Monday in the year - the time when couples who have spent the Christmas and New Year period … [Read more...] about No Fault Divorce – The New System
Divorce Loans - Which do you take, the Hard or Soft option? In this post, Paul Read explores the way in which the family court is likely to treat certain divorce loans within a dispute about … [Read more...] about Divorce Loans – Hard or Soft Option?
Can You Be Friends With Your Ex? by Wendi Schuller Does divorce end a relationship between a couple? Not necessarily – it can be a shift instead. This depends upon the circumstances of the divorce. … [Read more...] about Friends With Your Ex – by Wendi Schuller
Justice Delayed is Justice Denied by Paul Read - London Office Family law litigation is stressful. Family law court hearings can be very stressful. They can be “listed” or assigned a date to take … [Read more...] about Justice Delayed is Justice Denied
Remote Hearings – Are they the future in Family Courts and should they continue? The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory (NFJO) has published a report called: Remote hearings in the family court post … [Read more...] about Remote Hearings – Nuffield Family Justice Report
International enforcement of incoming & outgoing orders (before / after 18th June 2011) The Court of Appeal recently confirmed in Des Pallieres v Des Pallieres  EWCA Civ 955 that the … [Read more...] about International Enforcement of Financial Remedy Orders
Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 - in courtrooms (or not) from 6 April 2022 Following a longer than anticipated consultation period, Ministers have just announced that the Divorce, … [Read more...] about Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 – No Fault Divorce is coming
Father’s Day : How To Get Through It Without Your Children - 7 top tips by Wendi Schuller Father’s Day may fall during the shared time period when the children are with their mother. Ideally, she … [Read more...] about Father’s Day – 7 Top Tips for Divorced Fathers
The Interaction between Hague Convention cases and Asylum Law in England The Supreme Court (Lord Lloyd-Jones, Lord Hamblen, Lord Leggatt, Lord Burrows, Lord Stephens) in G (Appellant) v G … [Read more...] about Interaction between Hague Convention cases and Asylum Law in England – Explained