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Divorce Archive - November 2013

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Social media and divorce in the 21st century

Social networking has become a primary tool for communication and is increasingly becoming seen as a double-edged sword when it comes to divorce proceedings. In the last year alone, a surprising number of divorce petitions have included references to Facebook or Twitter in order to prove a partner’s unreasonable behaviour or infidelity. Many... Read More

Y v Y and the division of inherited wealth in divorce

The preservation and division of inherited assets on divorce can often be of concern for wealthy families. This can be the case particularly when the inheritance involves sentimental items like as a country house or heirlooms. Such a position was considered by the court in Y v Y EWHC 2063 (Fam). Prior to marriage the husband inherited a... Read More

Date night might save you from divorce

Last month we read with interest that Norway had dispelled the myth that the secret to a long-lasting and caring relationship is mutual appreciation, friendship and an equal division of family and household chores. Instead, the Norwegian government is promoting date nights to cure the rising divorce rate in the country, which has recently... Read More
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