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Family Law Partner Simon Burge welcomes the Ministry of Justice launching a review of the family courts.
Welcome to this month's edition of Private Client Issues, Blake Morgan's monthly round-up of the topics you may find of interest. Insight and advice on developments affecting private individuals.
Partner Simon Burge comments on whether the 'no fault' system development to divorce law proceedings goes far enough.
Dementia Action Week has arrived and to mark the occasion I decided to become a Dementia Friend. This is an Alzheimer's Society initiative which simply involves signing up online to become a Dementia Friend.
In recent years, post-nuptial agreements appear to have become more popular. An agreement dealing with finances after a marriage may seem novel to some but for those who choose to obtain such a document, they can be a logical step.
The cohabiting family is the second largest family type in the UK, representing 3.3 million families, and growing. But this popular form of family type suffers from a legislative gap in the UK, we look in more detail.
It is a common misconception that a solicitor specialising in family law is just a 'divorce lawyer'. This is far from the reality; the practice of family law is extremely varied...
The Brexit vote will likely have a knock-on effect on a range of family matters governed by the current system, which pulls together strands of EU and domestic legislation into a single Family law regime.
Many family solicitors will be relieved about the recent ruling in the case of Minkin V Lesley Landsberg.