“I have, therefore I am” In the past 50 years the consumption of luxury goods has moved geographically from Europe to the USA (1970s) to Japan (1980s) to Russia (1990s) and is now spreading across Greater China. Extremely popular investments were found in...Read More
Disruptive Summer – Scary or Inviting? We all know Richard Branson’s famous quote: “Screw it, let’s just do it” or “If your dreams don’t scare you, they are not big enough.” As a divorce lawyer, I prefer to look forward rather than back, but sometimes looking back...Read More
Packing your Case The number of cases involving the courts and child arrangements is on the rise. The National Audit office recently published statistics showing a 22% increase in cases involving children contact arrangements, and a 30% increase in cases where neither...Read More
A wind-up? The judgment in Wyatt v Vince just goes to show the importance of dismissing financial claims on divorce – the so called ‘clean break’ order – however large or small those claims might be at the time of the divorce itself. In that...Read More
A guest post by Valerie Albarda Your wedding day has come and gone. It may have been decades since you spoke the words that bonded you in holy matrimony or perhaps it was just a few years ago. Through it all, you maintained that the love would last, the bond would...Read More
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