Senior judge’s plea adds weight to ‘no-fault’ divorce campaign

  The call by the UK’s top family law judge for new legislation to allow ‘no-fault’ divorces reinforces the pressing need for their introduction. Sir James Munby, the president of the Family Division and Britain’s fourth most senior judge, has … Continue reading

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Why arbitration guarantees privacy in divorce

By Peter Jones, founder The family law process of arbitration, which allows couples to reach a divorce settlement without the trauma of the courts, also brings privacy to the process.

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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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