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.
The introduction of the digital divorce application process has helped reduced administrative errors from forty per cent to one per cent, new figures have shown.
More than £10 million in new funding will be invested into the development and maintenance of domestic abuse charities and services across England, it has been announced.
Digital family law reforms, which had been held up as a result of Covid-19 disruption, will be rolled out from 14 September 2020, it has been revealed.
Married parents are “almost twice as likely” to stay together as cohabiting ones, a major study has revealed.
Sir Elton John is being sued by his former wife for allegedly breaking a legal agreement written into their divorce settlement.
Some two million cohabiting couples in England have no legal protection should they separate, a major study has revealed.
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