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Think of the children

Sadly the use of the children as pawns is something seen all too often by family lawyers. This tactic raises the stakes considerably and...

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Anyone for an extra £16bn?

Arun Advani, the assistant professor of economics at the University of Warwick’s CAGE Research Centre and a research fellow specialising...

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Ruff Justice

Who keeps the family pet is often a tricky and emotional issue to resolve in divorce cases. Couples are shocked to hear that the English...

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Honesty is the Best Policy

A salutary lesson for anyone trying to deceive the family court. In this case the barrister involved was disbarred for his deceit, so...

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Yes in my back yard?

An item in The Guardian reports that Conservative MPs are calling on the housing secretary, Michael Gove, to hand greater decision making...

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Relationship Physics

According to research done for CNN in the US, the incidence of marriages with a large age gap between the spouses is declining. The "half...

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Warehouses Reach for the Sky

The industrial sector is facing challenges in the modern world with increased demand for industrial space and limits to the volume of...

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The ASDA price isn't right

ASDA announced yesterday that its plan to sell its petrol stations to EG Group (its owners’ other company) has collapsed. The £750m deal...

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Green Claims - beware

In the run up to COP26 the CMA has published its Green Claims Guide aimed at helping businesses to avoid green washing. Much of it is...

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The power of words

A thought provoking article about the importance of the language used within family law, and how it can create unhelpful adversarial...

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Name that tune...

IP disputes involving songs always seem to pique the interest of the press and the public. Probably because everyone can put themselves...

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Roll on no fault divorce

A timely reminder of why the advent of no fault divorce cannot come quickly enough.  A firm who had adopted a 'sausage factory' approach...

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