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Family Law Blog

Comment on divorce & family law 

How can we make divorce less confrontational?

How can we make divorce less confrontational?.

Baroness Deech has never been one to mince her words. Recently, she spoke of the urgent need to “clean-up” the divorce process, making it less inflammatory and antagonistic than it currently is.

Should there be more, or less secrecy around divorce?

Money and privacy issues in the family courts.

A recent Court of Appeal case set me thinking about privacy issues in divorce. In the case in question a divorcee embroiled in a legal fight over money with her ex-husband failed to persuade senior judges to bar journalists from revealing her identity.

What makes a good marriage?

Divorce lawyers say what makes a good marriage.

After the dismal marking of Divorce Week last month, it is wonderful to be celebrating commitment with Marriage Week in February. Fittingly finishing its seven-day run on Valentine’s Day, it is a chance for every happy couple to shout about how great it is being married – and maybe for those not in the best place to approach sorting out their differences with renewed vigour.

Special occasions for separated parents

Special occasions for separated parents.

When parents separate one of the main issues of conflict relates to arrangements for the children.  I am often contacted by distressed parents who are unable to reach an agreement with their former partner as to the weekly arrangements for their children And, often disputes flare up around annual events such as birthday’s, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, the summer holidays and Christmas.

Five things you didn’t know about divorce (but really should)

5 Things You Don't Know About Divorce.

There’s been a lot of talk in the last week about so called ‘divorce week’ – the busiest week of the year for us family lawyers. Personally, I don’t think this is something to highlight. It’s like cheering when your team loses at football.

This week is sadly “celebrated” every year now, though there is still some disagreement over exactly which week is the busiest. Could we not use this spotlight though for the good, to highlight some lesser known things about divorce to help couples in crisis?

What about highlighting things people don’t know about divorce while we have a certain amount of media and potential client focus on us. Would this not be more useful?

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