Why proposed new pre-nup laws are only for the wealthy

By Fiona Kendall A long awaited Law Commission announcement which is recommending a special status pre-nuptial agreement is unlikely to have any relevance whatsoever for most people earning average incomes.

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Will divorce the Scottish way herald the way forward for England and Wales?

By Fiona Kendall, partner and a specialist in pre-nuptial agreements and dual qualified in English and Scots law The findings of a four year Law Commission review of how English couples’ finances should be sorted out – will be unveiled … Continue reading

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Could Emmerdale ‘divorce’ spark interest in pre and post nuptial agreements?

Fans of Emmerdale stalwarts Eric Pollard and Val Lambert have watched the fictional couple face a difficult week. Not only has it been revealed that Val is HIV positive but Eric is demanding a divorce after seeing her with another … Continue reading

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Revving up for pre-nups – but will they stall on the legal journey?

Following our blog on DIY pre-marital arrangements, so called ‘pre-nups’ have again hit the headlines with some media reporting that they will be enshrined in law. However, is it really ‘green for go’ for pre-nups?

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