Category Archives: Family Law

No-Fault Divorce Reform

Finally, the current government has announced a consultation process to look at updating our divorce laws and introducing “no-fault divorces.” Just in time for Brexit. Brexit jokes aside – the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 is almost 50 years old and … Continue reading

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Pre-Nup Agreements – The Hype

As widely reported the Law Commission has proposed that pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, known as “marital property agreements” be fully recognised by the family courts. The courts have for some time considered pre-nups where they have existed. However, this is … Continue reading

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