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We are delighted to announce that Boodle Hatfield has been awarded Private Client Legal Team of the Year (midsize firm) at the annual Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Awards 2021.
In the Financial Times, Family Partner Emily Brand considers the impacts of litigation funding for a spouse who has been locked out of shared bank accounts ahead of divorce proceedings.
Family Partner, Emily Brand reflects on how Litigation funding is increasingly being used to finance the costs of high net worth divorces.
Family Partner, Emily Brand highlights how when no-fault divorce law is introduced, the length of divorce process will increase by at least 10 weeks.
The number of divorce applications filed in the month of March is 21% higher than January, dispelling the belief that January is peak divorce month*, says Boodle Hatfield, the leading private wealth law firm.
In a recent article in EPrivateClient, Family Partner, Emily Brand highlights how recent figures are contrary to the expectation that lockdown would cause divorce rates to rise.
Boodle Hatfield is delighted to celebrate International Women’s Day. As a firm, we are fully committed to maintaining a working environment in which all people can excel and have a philosophy of an inclusive and supportive culture to enable this.
The threat of a No Deal Brexit is now being used to reduce the value of some larger divorce settlements.
The 20-week minimum period for handling new no fault divorces risks slowing the process “unnecessarily”, a law firm has said.
A paper-based divorce application took 66.5 weeks on average to complete* in the first quarter of 2020.
Lady Cristiana Falcone Sorrell, the wife of advertising tycoon Sir Martin Sorrell has announced she is seeking a divorce from her husband.
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