Fixed Fees are the Future The recently reported case of TT v CDA (Rev1) 2020 EWCA Civ 1215 has again brought the issue of costs in divorce proceedings into the spotlight. Are fixed fees coming? Having given a comprehensive review of the case law in the area of...Read More
Love is in the Air Valentine’s Day is upon us and love is in the air, well for most. On a day when everyone seems to be giving and receiving cards filled with love, chocolates, flowers and gifts, what do you do when instead you have divorce papers thrust in your face...Read More
Introduction This article is a general overview about the debate around new paradigm concept of fixed fees in Financial Remedy Cases. High Court Judge Mostyn says in his famous judgement in J v J  that ‘something must be done’. Indeed, his starting point was the...Read More
Making a Meal of it In this post, we at Paradigm Family Law want to discuss the concept of ‘Without Prejudice’ in negotiations to settle a case. It is a phrase used most often in the legal profession, and is seen as an effective way of conducting off the...Read More
21 October 2015 It’s here, the day that Marty and Doc jumped Back to the Future. 21 October 2015, 30 years into the future from the day in 1985 when the time travelling saga began. Predictions We at Paradigm Family Law were interested to draw comparisons from the...Read More
The announcement by the Federal Statistical Office in #Germany (28.6.2023) shows that in 2022, around 137,400 marriages were divorced in Germany by court order. As reported by the Federal Statistical Office (#Destatis), the number of divorces fell by just…
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