Marriage and Divorce in China after implementation of the First Civil Code A Guest Post by Yacong Lin The First Civil Code of the People’s Republic of China will come into effect on January 1, 2021. It will have an impact on Marriage and Divorce in China. Upon the...Read More
Divorce Day Could festive cheer bring about heartbreak in the New Year? The first Monday after New Year is said to be ‘D-Day’ in the Family Lawyer’s calendar and January is the most popular month to start divorce proceedings in this country. We think you are likely to...Read More
Good Divorce Paradigm Family Law is supporting Resolution’s campaign for a ‘Good Divorce’. This week (30 November 2016 to 2 December 2016) an awareness campaign has been launched to promote the idea of a ‘no fault’ divorce. Blame Game...Read More
It is becoming increasingly popular to marry abroad. British couples choosing to marry on an exotic tropical island paradise are jetting off to guarantee some sunshine on their big day. But, is the marriage a valid one, and furthermore if the relationship does go...Read More
Does Size Matter? This is a question which is as old as the answer and we don’t know what Henry VIII of England would say, but if you asked the famous Size Matters Beer Tour, (which is the top ranking Munich beer tour on Trip Advisor), they would clearly say, “Yes”....Read More
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