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Ashley Murray, of Oriel Chambers, reflects on the principles underpinning marital agreements in the light of the recent cases.
Punam Denley, of the International Family Law Group, considers the recent Court of Appeal judgment in the "credit crunch" case of Myerson
Clare Renton, of 29 Bedford Row, examines the current issues in procedure, enforcement and habitual residence relating to children orders under BIIR
Alexander Chandler, of 1 Garden Court, provides tips and guidance on the use of pre-nuptial agreements after Crossley
This is an excellent site to help you with every aspect of your divorce an prepare you for what may be ahead.
A step-by-step guide to managing the transfer of deeds - particularly useful to LIPs - aimed at making the whole process more comprehensible.
This is a brief guide on how a litigant in person should approach skeleton arguments and cross examination at an Financial Dispute Resolution Hearing or Final Hearing in Ancillary Relief.
This site provides a single access point for information relating to civil and criminal courts within Scotland, including the Court of Session, the High Court of Justiciary, the Sheriff Courts, Justice of the Peace Courts, District Courts and a number of other courts, commissions and tribunals.
Details of recent significant judgments are posted on a daily basis; as are details of cases due to call in the Court of Session and the Sheriff Courts. The information provided on the site includes court rules, contact numbers, advice and location details. The site is managed by the Scottish Court Service which is an Agency of the Scottish Government.
Many of us are in a state of shock when we start the divorce process. You don't really take it all in at first. Its not until much later that you can look back and start to put it all in perspective, and draw out some key learnings.
Married couples who are based internationally may well have a choice as to jurisdiction should they decide to divorce, i.e. a sufficient link exists with several countries and divorce proceedings could be instigated in any one of those. Different countries obviously have different divorce, ancillary relief and children law. The same set of facts may produce very different outcomes depending upon which country’s law is applied to those facts. Choosing the best jurisdiction or “forum” for a particular case is a very important decision.
We provide the UK's lowest cost no-fault divorce service, managed by a well respected firm of solicitors.
Online mediation is a convenient and inexpensive way to agree on a fair financial settlement.
This legally binding agreement defines how assets (e.g. properties and pensions) are to be divided.
Support for people who have to go to court to get a fair divorce financial settlement without a solicitor.