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Fly-on-the-wall couple's 25 years

A couple whose first year of marriage was recorded for a ground-breaking TV documentary series have celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.

Wikivorce Awards Winners 2013-14

We are delighted to announce the winners of our Annual Awards:

Wife plea spares bigamist prison

A bigamist has been spared jail because the wife he illegally married showed pity on him. Mark Palmer-Cook, 44, married his pregnant girlfriend Natalie Chown, but did not tell her he was still married to estranged second wife Helen Dean.

Wikivorce Awards 2013

It gives us great pleasure to announce the Wikivorce 2013 Award Winners:

Financier's wife 'sensed menace'

The wife of a successful City banker accused of murdering her sensed "a menace" about him, her sister has told a court.

There's no such thing as a 'quickie'

Cheryl Cole reportedly wants a "quickie" divorce from England defender Ashley Cole so he can concentrate on the World Cup. Unfortunately they're just a myth, says divorce lawyer Caroline Bourn. Cheryl and Ashley, Jordan and Peter, Paul and Heather... celebrities always want their marriage over quickly when it falls apart, but the "quickie" divorce is anything but - it takes months.

More couples signing pre-nuptials

Family lawyers say they have seen a tenfold increase in recent years in couples signing pre-nuptial agreements on dividing their assets after divorce. Resolution, a group of 5,700 lawyers, says the number has doubled in a year, a BBC Breakfast investigation found.

Teachers to lead the way in preventing violence against women and girls

Teachers and professionals working with children and young people will have new support and guidance to lead the way in cracking down on violence against women and girls, the Government announced today on International Women's Day.

Ex-Director Stole To Please Wife

A former finance director who stole more than £500,000 to fund his wife's lavish lifestyle has been sentenced to four years in jail. Andrew Wetherall, 49, of Christchurch Close, St Albans, Herts, admitted false accounting and fraud, at London's Southwark Crown Court.

Bitter divorcees 'using children'

Children in England are often caught up in vindictive legal action by divorcing parents, a survey suggests. The research was carried out by law firm Mishcon de Reya among 2,000 divorcees and a similar number of children who had experienced divorce.

England 'Divorce Haven' of Europe

England has become the "divorce capital of Europe", according to a senior family lawyer. A leading defence lawyer says judges do recognise that women in short marriages should not be compensated in the same way as in long marriages.