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The summer holidays are upon us but are your plans in order?

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As the school holidays approach, many people are busy making last minute plans to get some much needed sun. However, whilst you may be a parent or a person with care of a child, do you have the legal right to take them away? Many people, particularly...

No-fault divorce, the debate continues

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My colleague, John Boon, in his recent blog sought to address the common misconception that it is possible for a married couple or civil partners to divorce or dissolve their civil partnership on the grounds of “irreconcilable differences” i.e....

Child contact - the rights of grandparents

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Most grandparents have a close and loving relationship with their grandchild(ren). However, the sad reality is that their relationships are discounted following a relationship breakdown. Some grandparents are left with little or no alternative but to apply...

Where can I divorce? Divorcing in the UK and Europe

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Many people are under the impression that they can only divorce in the country in which they marry. This is in fact a myth. Here, we look at the ability to divorce in an EU member state pursuant to “Brussels II Revised”. Brussels II Revised...

Cohabitation disputes - promises and contributions

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The recent Court of Appeal case of Liden v Burton [2016] EWCA Civ 275 serves to highlight the difficulties which many cohabitees may face following the breakdown of a relationship, if they do not seek independent legal advice when dealing with property...