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Divorce Myths in the Media

This article aims to bust some of the main myths and misconceptions about divorce and separation in popular culture and the media today
21 October 2022

Digital Divorce: Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency, first left in the hands of computer scientists, is now commonplace. This article looks at the effect it is having on divorce

05 September 2022

Taking the pressure off... tax reforms to protect divorcing couples

Proposed legislation has been published, that will make a significant difference to tax planning for couples when they first separate and extends deadlines
28 July 2022

How to deal with marital agreements on divorce

We consider how to deal with marital agreements on divorce, whether for or against implementation, and how English courts view those made under foreign law

08 June 2022

Publication

A guide to moving to the UK

This guide summarises the key issues for wealthy individuals looking to relocate to the UK, including UK immigration and tax law and how to plan your move
10 May 2022

Podcast

Death and Taxes: a Private Client podcast

In our new podcast series 'Death and Taxes', we discuss the latest developments and issues facing private clients and their advisers
10 March 2022

Government to Consult on Extension of ‘No Gain, No Loss’ Window

In this article we consider the recent recommendation that the 'no gain, no loss' window be extended, and the implications for separating or divorcing spouses
09 March 2022

Overseas pensions and divorce

Taking early advice is crucial to avoid the potential pitfalls of dealing with overseas pensions on divorce, and UK pensions in a foreign divorce
21 February 2022

The Move Towards Transparency in Financial Remedy Proceedings

In this article we consider the drive for transparency in the family justice system and the potential impact for clients on their privacy.

21 January 2022

White - Farming cases 20 years on

Are faming cases on divorce treated differently? A review of how the courts consider issues of inherited assets and liquidity
16 December 2021

International Family Law: Brexit…one year on

One year after Brexit, there remain challenges for international families involved in divorce and separation
16 December 2021

Family Law in the Pandemic – time to revisit settlements?

Should Financial Settlements on Divorce be reviewed in light of the economic impact of Covid-19?
16 December 2021
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