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I Want A Divorce… Do I Have To Stay Married?

No one could accuse Tini Owens of not giving marriage her best shot. Her nuptials lasted 37 years before she decided to call it a day – about five times as long as your average celebrity marriage (and indeed many […]

Decree nisi in UK family law

Divorce Solicitor in London

A decree nisi (latin for if) is one of the final stages of a divorce procedure in UK law. Essentially, when issued by the court, a decree nisi clearly states that there is no reason for a husband and wife […]

How to get a divorce on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour

Divorce Solicitor in London

Unreasonable behaviour is an umbrella term that includes many causes and/or social behaviours that could lead to divorce under UK law. These include, but are not limited to, anti-social behaviour, lack of emotional support, lack of sexual intercourse, insults, violence […]

Can Heterosexual Couples Enter Into A Civil Partnership?

R (on the application of Steinfeld and Keidan) v Secretary of State for International Development (in substitution for the Home Secretary and the Education Secretary) The Supreme Court has ruled that banning heterosexual couples from entering into a Civil Partnership […]

Parental rights after a divorce

Divorce Solicitor in London

A separation can be an overwhelming experience for all parties involved, especially children. Parents should work closely to ensure that their children’s needs are adequately met and if this is not possible due to disputes or another conflict, then a […]

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