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Adoption – A Happy Ending for Everyone?

Posted on August 15th 2019

A recent article published about adoption on the BBC website by Katherine Sellgren, a Family and Education Reporter, highlights that perhaps whilst one might think that once a child has been adopted it is happily ever after for all those concerned, this may not be...

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No Fault Divorce

Posted on July 18th 2019

The Divorce Dissolution and Separation Bill was before the Houses of Commons on the 13.6.10.  This is a landmark Bill which will create “no fault divorce in England and Wales”.  The Divorce Dissolution and Separation Bill will reform the 50 year old Divorce Laws, namely...

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New divorce forms to encourage conflict through ‘name and shame’ of adulterers

Posted on August 17th 2017

This could lead to increased conflict in divorce cases as more people may be accused of adultery. Subsequently, third parties may also become involved in cases. The changes come as part of a new online form intended to make filing divorce proceedings more user-friendly. Only...

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