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Our team of experts shine a spotlight on new legal developments, share their views on the impact of current affairs, and offer insights on issues that could impact you and your business.
Boodle Hatfield’s ‘highly respected’ ‘standout’ Private Wealth team have been elevated to tier one in the ‘Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate’ category of the 2023 guide. The firm is also delighted to report that as well as being uplifted, it has retained its top tier status in six other categories, affirming its position as one of London’s leading law firms.
Divorce is renowned for being one of the most stressful life events that an individual can face. When a divorce involves a family business, this stress is often magnified given that it can result in other family members becoming embroiled in proceedings. Family Partner, Katie O’Callaghan explains how family businesses can protect themselves in IFA Magazine.
In Today’s Family Lawyer, Partner, Katie O’Callaghan details how family businesses can weather the emotional and financial storm of divorce proceedings to protect assets and avoid the loss of control in future.
In the Law Society Gazette, Katie O’Callaghan reflects on the benefits of mediation as an alternative form of dispute resolution to address issues relating to arrangements for children and the division of finances on divorce. Katie highlights how mediation provides a forum that allows parties to remain in control of the outcome, reduces acrimony and often improves communication to enable parties to move on in a more civil manner.
Family and Divorce Partner, Katie O’Callaghan reflects on why a pre-nuptial agreement is essential for a family-owned business.
Boodle Hatfield has today published a comprehensive legal guide to help family businesses manage the fallout of divorce. Written by Partner, Katie O’Callaghan the book – A Legacy Intact: safeguarding your family business in the event of divorce, will be distributed and made available online today, as part of the firm’s series of 300-year anniversary initiatives.
London has a well-known reputation as the divorce capital of the world. Here, Partner, Katie O’Callaghan explains why it’s crucial for family businesses to understand how it has gained this title
Family ownership brings advantages to businesses but also risks. Partner, Katie O’Callaghan explains how divorce can put the future of the business and its reputation in jeopardy.
The law on divorce is changing on 6 April 2022, removing the requirement for parties to place blame on one another. Partner Katie O’Callaghan and Trainee, Annabella King provide a short summary on no fault divorce.
In The Financial Times, Family Partner, Katie O’Callaghan reflects on how potential financial resources which may be available in the future are taken into account in a divorce.
When it comes to marriages and long-term relationships, it can be hard to anticipate the bumps in the road.
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