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Family Law Blog written by Kate Brooks

Comment on divorce & family law 

High Court divorce case confirms all applicants are treated equally

High Court divorce case confirms all applicants are treated equally.

Divorce itself is quite simple from a legal point of view. It’s not often that we have lengthy proceedings about whether our country has jurisdiction to deal with a divorce, particularly when both the husband and wife have lived and worked in England for over 20 years and raised their family here.I recently acted for a wife where the husband sought to prevent her from getting divorced in this jurisdiction on the basis that they were both Muslims...

Top tips on dealing with assets in an international divorce

Assets - tips on international divorce.

With an increase in international marriages and an ever growing number of couples living and working across several countries during their marriage, it pays to understand how to deal with assets that may be based in different countries if you are getting divorced.

Is there a political appetite for a Cohabitation Act?

Common law myth.

One of the key findings of the Families and Households Survey 2015 is that the fastest growing family type in the UK is the cohabiting couple. This now accounts for 3.2 million families.

Mediation in family law disputes is utterly pointless

Mediation utterly pointless?.

“Mediation is utterly pointless” said one of the callers on a recent Radio 4 Money Box Live programme Ending a Relationship. I had to sympathise with the caller who explained that she’d been to mediation to sort out a financial agreement when she divorced her husband but he was now reneging on the agreement.

Divorce court: advice on avoiding court in divorce proceedings

Tips for avoiding divorce court.

Divorce doesn’t have to go to court, but unless you and your partner are willing to talk, to negotiate and to settle that’s exactly where your family dispute will end up.

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