Mondaq UK: Family and Matrimonial
Withers LLP
‘We want to raise our children as equal partners and feel that a civil partnership – a modern, symmetrical institution – sets the best example for them.'
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Succession law in Scotland moves slowly, as evidenced by the fact that the current legislation was enacted in 1964.
Wrigleys Solicitors
People who become the subject of Court of Protection proceedings often do so at a time when their life has been impacted by a significant event,
Expatriate Law
After many years of campaigning, the government have decided to reform the current divorce laws in England.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
New guidance has just been issued by the Department of Health which has the potential to revolutionise the ownership of NHS Property Services Limited and Community Health Partnership owned property on NHS Trust estates.
Giambrone & Partners
There can be many reasons why the parents of a family are unable to care for their children, for whatever reason the Local Authorities have a duty to ensure that those children are protected
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Recent research from the insurer Royal London found more than half of the UK adult population has not made a will, and a quarter of those have no intention of making one. Death, it seems, remains something of a taboo subject in the UK
Hewitsons LLP
The price of obtaining a death certificate in England and Wales will nearly triple from 16 February 2019.
Dixcart
As anti-avoidance legislation aimed at trusts, is increasing, people are looking for alternatives to protect a family's fortune.
Dixcart
The Dixcart Group has over forty-five years' experience in assisting clients to run and manage Family Offices.
Withers LLP
A living will is a document in which a person, whilst still mentally competent, gives directions as to what should happen if and when he or she becomes incapable of making decisions
Expatriate Law
The breakdown of a marriage can have dire consequences.
Withers LLP
What happens when, mid-proceedings, evidence comes to light that radically alters the landscape of a claim? And who pays the costs?
Withers LLP
A recent court battle which pitted brother against brother over the ownership of three properties and a classic car demonstrates how a simple declaration of trust can prevent misunderstandings
STA Law Firm
Marriage is a crucial part of the world around us, and for a large number of people, it will at some point become a point of consideration during one's life eventually.
Charles Russell Speechlys
The Ministry of Justice has today announced changes to divorce laws to "end the blame game"
Dixcart
The first presentation was from John Barnett on the future of trusts and the advantages that they offer.
Giambrone & Partners
The question of inheritance can unwittingly cause rifts and dissension within a family leading to legal challenges and in the worst case, a fractured family.
Giambrone & Partners
The long-anticipated changes to the divorce laws of England and Wales have taken a step closer with the announcement of a new divorce law which reforms the existing grounds for divorce...
Withers LLP
Assisted dying is a hotly debated topic.
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Dixcart
As anti-avoidance legislation aimed at trusts, is increasing, people are looking for alternatives to protect a family's fortune.
Dixcart
The Dixcart Group has over forty-five years' experience in assisting clients to run and manage Family Offices.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
New guidance has just been issued by the Department of Health which has the potential to revolutionise the ownership of NHS Property Services Limited and Community Health Partnership owned property on NHS Trust estates.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Recent research from the insurer Royal London found more than half of the UK adult population has not made a will, and a quarter of those have no intention of making one. Death, it seems, remains something of a taboo subject in the UK
Hewitsons LLP
The price of obtaining a death certificate in England and Wales will nearly triple from 16 February 2019.
Giambrone & Partners
There can be many reasons why the parents of a family are unable to care for their children, for whatever reason the Local Authorities have a duty to ensure that those children are protected
Expatriate Law
There is no facility by which to formally register a foreign divorce in England & Wales per se. However, a divorce that took place abroad will be valid in the jurisdiction of England & Wales if,
Withers LLP
A living will is a document in which a person, whilst still mentally competent, gives directions as to what should happen if and when he or she becomes incapable of making decisions
Withers LLP
A recent court battle which pitted brother against brother over the ownership of three properties and a classic car demonstrates how a simple declaration of trust can prevent misunderstandings
Anderson Strathern LLP
Since the Child Support Act 1991 came into effect, the CMS (and the Child Support Agency before that) has had a sizeable proportion of child support arrears which it makes efforts to recover.
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