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Divorce Archive - January 2014

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Inheritance law and divorce

When an ex-husband or ex-wife dies, make sure you check the grant of probate or letters of administration to see how much he or she was actually worth at the time of death. It may be that there are extra assets that you were not aware of at the time of divorce, so if you have been awarded maintenance based on the asset level at the time of... Read More

Shares or needs? How to decide on maintenance awards

Mrs Justice King has allowed a husband’s appeal against a provision of an award in favour of his ex-wife, which required him to pay maintenance in the sum of 25 percent of his annual net bonuses, in addition to £3,750 per month from his salary, for the remainder of their joint lives. The initial hearing was heard by DJ White. At the date of... Read More

Religious marriage and divorce: Judaism

While all marriages and divorces must comply with the formalities required by English law, as family law practitioners it is important to recognise that a client’s religious beliefs may impact upon the advice to be given. Not only may it guide practical advice, but it may also have implications for the proceedings. Below is a brief guide... Read More

On arbitration as dispute resolution

On 14 January 2014, the President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, handed down judgment in the case of S v S EWHC 7 (Fam), which delivered a powerful endorsement of the use of arbitration as a means of dispute resolution. In the case, the President approved a consent order produced as a result of arbitration conducted by Mr Gavin Smith, of... Read More

New Year Legal Eagles: Ayesha returns to This Morning

On 8th January Ayesha Vardag returned to her place on the sofa at ITV’s This Morning to take part in a New Year special edition of Legal Eagles. Sitting alongside personal injury specialist Alicia Alinia and criminal solicitor Nick Freeman, Ayesha was called upon to offer her advice to legally beleaguered viewers. The first viewer was having... Read More

The importance of jurisdiction in divorce

As the world gets smaller, the choices for divorce venues increase! The way divorce and financial proceedings are dealt with in different countries varies massively. Therefore, it is crucial, where there is the option of getting divorced in more than one jurisdiction, to ensure that the right choice is made. With the increase in travel... Read More

New Year, new (single) you?

With the end of Christmas excitement, life tends not only to return to normal, but actually to become quieter in January. There are a few exceptions to this rule as some things tend to see a surge in January: healthy eating, gym memberships – and divorce. There are various reasons for this January upturn in divorce proceedings. Firstly, January... Read More
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