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Welcome to this month's edition of Private Client Issues, Blake Morgan's monthly round-up of the topics you may find of interest.
Child maintenance is payable for the benefit of the children when parents separate, and the children live primarily with one parent and spend some time with the other. But what happens when one parent's assets outweigh the income?
The recent case of Sharp v Sharp  has changed the way the courts will divide up a divorcing couple's assets where the marriage is short and childless.
Separating couples can find that their divorce takes many months and years to go through the legal process. Could a move to separate out some of the steps, and more online divorces, speed things up? line divorces, speed things up?
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.