Monthly Divorce Archives: October 2015

No Fault Divorce Bill passes first reading

No Fault Divorce Bill passes first reading

Richard Bacon, Conservative MP for South Norfolk has introduced a No Fault Divorce Bill into the House of Commons. What’s more, in news that will likely be... Read More

Fraud unravels all: Supreme Court allows both appeals for Sharland and Gohil cases

“Fraud unravels all”: Supreme Court allows both appeals for Sharland and Gohil cases

The Supreme Court has struck a blow against cheats in landmark rulings on the cases of Sharland v Sharland and Gohil v Gohil. The highest court in the land... Read More

Sharland v Sharland: a closer look

Sharland v Sharland: a closer look

On 14 October 2015, the UK Supreme Court handed down judgment in the case of Sharland v Sharland. Mr (H) and Mrs Sharland (W) separated in 2000,... Read More

Gohil v Gohil: A battle over disclosure

Gohil v Gohil: A battle over disclosure

Non-disclosure is at the heart of the Gohil v Gohil appeal. In 2004 Mrs Gohil (W) settled her financial claim with Mr Gohil (H) for a lump sum payment in final... Read More

Foreign domicile changes in the law

Foreign domicile changes in the law

In the summer 2015 budget, the government announced a series of reforms regarding the taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals – or... Read More