Divorce enquires increased by more than 90 per cent during the first national lockdown compared to the previous year, a major study has revealed.
A charity has urged divorcing couples to consider how their pensions will be split before agreeing to a financial settlement.
The UK Privy Council has reserved judgment in a case which could see same-sex marriage banned in the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda, it has been reported.
Divorce enquiries increased by around 250 per cent during the first and second national lockdown, a major study has revealed.
The Domestic Abuse Bill will soon be enshrined into law after receiving its second reading in the House of Lords this week, policymakers have suggested.
Two in five (40 per cent) parents and relatives say they “did not understand what had happened” during a remote or hybrid family court hearing, a major study has revealed.
Thousands of women who divorce in later life may be “missing out on huge sums” in state pension rights, a major study has revealed.
Just 14 per cent of divorce settlements include pension sharing provisions, often leaving women with “fewer financial resources for later life”, a major study has revealed.
Partners in contentious divorces involving assets, family etc. in EU countries should speak to a lawyer “as soon as possible” ahead of the end of the Brexit transition period, the Government has said.
Some 167 opposite-sex couples formed a civil partnership on the first day it was possible to do so following legislative changes, it has been revealed.
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