The Law Society and Land Registry have today published a Practice Note in relation to joint property ownership. Whilst it has been addressed for all
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Divorce tourists choose London.
One in six divorce cases going through the British courts at the moment involve a foreign national. With high-profile settlements such as the upholding of Ms
Beware of the Prenups! A warning from the Aussies!
With the Law Commission considering the change of legislation providing for the validity of prenuptial agreements in the courts of England & Wales following the decision
Hear about the waiter and the millionairess?
Sadly there was a very cruel punchline for Mr Traversa who after over 20 years of marriage to his wealthy wife came out of an
Prenups and divorce insurance.
The Law Commission begins public consultation today on full recognition for pre-nuptial agreements to be recognised by English law. Interested parties have until 11th April 2011 to provide
Supreme Court Judgment on Pre-Nups delivered
The much awaited Supreme Court judgment concerning the enforceability of pre-nuptial (or ante-nuptial agreements as they are referred to in the judgment) was delivered today.