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The average cost of a marital breakdown is £14,500 and counting, a new report conducted by Aviva’s Family Finances has found…

When parents separate, issues in respect of the future arrangements for care of children can be some of the most problematic to resolve. Difficulties in…

In the recent case of Re B (A Child) [2017] EWCA Civ 1579 Sir James Munby, the President of the Family Division of the High Court…

In a recent Court of Appeal case Zimina v Zimin [2017] EWCA Civ 1429, [2017], a husband’s appeal was granted against an order for him to pay a lump sum…

When couples divorce, issues to do with what property should be considered to be part of the matrimonial ‘pot’ can be difficult and emotive…

Goodman Ray are delighted to announce that the firm has been shortlisted in the City Wealth Power Women Awards…

The post-nuptial agreement (post-nup) is similar to the pre-nuptial agreement (pre-nup) in the way that it spells out how a couples assets are to be…

Unreasonable behaviour is one o f the most common grounds for divorce, the Court were recently faced with a petition where it had to…

In Birch v Birch [2017] UKSC 53 the Supreme Court was very recently asked to consider whether the courts can revisit a final consent order…

Section 10A of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 was introduced to provide assistance to individuals who although divorced in English Law, are unable to remarry in accordance…



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