Unpicking the headlines on retirement income

It has been interesting to observe the considerable amount of column inches devoted to a new survey conducted by Prudential, indicating that divorcees planning to retire in 2013 will lose out to the tune of £2,600 per year in expected … Continue reading

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Full Steam Backwards: Controversy rages over cutback threats to family venues

By Peter Jones, Partner As a vociferous campaigner who fears that the repercussions of the demise of Legal Aid will put vulnerable children at risk and deny youngsters contact with their parents – I was horrified to hear that the … Continue reading

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Wish you were here: the one million children who won’t be celebrating

A report, out just days before the annual Father’s Day celebrations get underway, has reinforced the stark reality that around one million children in the UK grow up with no contact with their father.

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60 years since the Coronation, a time when divorce was a dirty word

The celebrations at Westminster Abbey marking 60 years since the Coronation have an added potency if we consider how society’s attitude to divorce has changed over the past six decades. Figures compiled by the Office of National Statistics tell us … Continue reading

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