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Family Partner, Harriet Errington looks at why enquiries for divorce peak in January and whether it will still be the case this year during lockdown?
The UK government confirmed the new rules surrounding divorces in England and Wales involving other European countries, which came into force after 31 December 2020.
In a recent article in the FT Adviser, Family Partner, Harriet Errington outlines what the new Brexit rules coming into force from 31 December mean and how they will affect divorce petitions that are filed in two different jurisdictions.
In the months following the coronavirus outbreak, and the gloomy economic climate in which we now find ourselves…
Once you have chosen to pursue a career in law, shortlisting which firms you would like to train with is one of the most critical decisions.
Complex assets such as shares in private companies, private equity funds, or possessions of particular personal value can be…
Giving large sums of money as a gift, whether for a young person to buy a home or to a partner, comes with a host of financial traps.
The matrimonial home is often the most valuable asset owned by a family.
Suspicious spouses, mistrustful that their ex may be hiding assets in the context of divorce proceedings, should tread carefully.
Divorce is something that few people plan for. Dividing up shared assets and moving them out of tax-efficient vehicles can be costly and reaching a financial settlement can take a long time, sometimes years if both parties are contesting it.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.