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Family Blog2018-09-04T13:32:52+00:00
2905, 2018

Is it time for “no fault” divorce?

If you watched the news or picked up a paper recently, you'll probably be aware of the case of Owens v Owens - a defended divorce case that's gone all the way to trial and is so incredibly rare it has made headlines. Five justices of the Supreme Court heard legal argument and submissions in the case but we do not expect to receive the judgment for a number of weeks.

105, 2018

Can I get more money from my ex-partner?

If your circumstances have changed, you can apply to increase or decrease your amount of spousal maintenance. An application to vary a spousal maintenance order can be made at any time during the life of the order.

304, 2018

Taking prenups into account

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not yet legally binding in the UK but since the ground breaking case of Radmacher in 2010 the courts are taking these into account as a factor when considering division of the matrimonial assets.

103, 2018

Anna Orpwood – An inspirational businesswomen

I began as a trainee solicitor in 2003 and I am now the youngest Equity Partner within the company, and currently head up the Wanstead branch. I have a mixed practice of private crime and private client work. I act for individuals and companies facing prosecution for matters from road traffic offences to health and safety at work cases. I also specialise in matters regarding wealth management, including drafting wills, powers of attorney, probate and tax planning.

2602, 2018

Putting children first in divorce law

As child focused lawyers at Edwards Duthie we have historically encouraged parties to consider particulars that were not hostile. Since the Court of Appeal decision it is now imperative to get case specific advice when drafting a petition.

511, 2017

Are women missing out on pension at divorce?

Pension sharing is an important part of the divorce law and process in the UK but nevertheless statistics show that women may be losing out on around “5billion” per annum in pensions at divorce.

411, 2017

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not yet legally binding in the UK but since the ground breaking case of Radmacher in 2010 the courts have started to take these agreements into account as a factor in their decision making process when considering division of the matrimonial assets.

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