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Family Law Blog : July 2014

Comment on divorce & family law 

How to divorce on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour

Unreasonable behaviour is by far the most common fact used in divorce. This can be almost anything but if you want your divorce to go smoothly, there are some areas to steer clear of.

The Stigma Associated With Divorce in the UK

Decree of divorce.

In this day and age we may think that the stigma of getting a divorce is long gone, for many it is still there and we need to do something about that.

Time for English cohabitation law to come into the 21st century

Time for English cohabitation law to come into the 21st century.

As the proportion of unmarried couples living together continues to rise isn’t it time for cohabiting couples to be given the same legal rights as marries ones?

What are the dangers of a DIY divorce?

DIY divorce seems to be all the rage to save costs but when you look at the pitfalls, it is likely to be a false economy.

Legal Aid cuts – who really pays?

Legal Aid cuts – who really pays?.

Cuts to Legal Aid in family law cases were designed to shave £279m off the annual bill for England and Wales but there have been a raft of adverse effects so the question has to be asked: what has been the true cost of the cuts and who is paying for them?


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