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Family Law Blog : August 2017

Comment on divorce & family law 

Unreasonable behaviour in divorce

Unhappy couple in divorce.

As a family law solicitor, most divorce cases I deal with rely upon the other party’s unreasonable behaviour as a reason to dissolve the marriage. But what does that mean? And how has the landscape changed recently?

Creating a binding prenuptial agreement

How to create a binding prenuptial agreement.

The number of enquiries Woolley & Co receive about prenuptial agreements has risen sharply in the last 12 months. Maybe the message is getting through that understanding the full legal implications of your marriage and putting in place measures in case things don’t work out is a sensible part of wedding planning.

Equal family law rights for all couples

Marriage civil partnerships and cohabitation rights.

With a new Government in place, albeit one preoccupied with Brexit and unforeseen tragic events, is now the time to put more emphasis on equality in family law? We have marriage and civil partnerships for same sex couples, but what about the rights of cohabiting couples, and the rights of heterosexual couples to have a civil partnership instead of getting married?

 

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