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Divorce Archive - June 2015

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Divorce can be healthy!

A major new UK study based on research from three institutions in the UK suggests that divorce presents no discernible long-term health problems. The Institute of Education (IoE), the London School of Economics (LSE) and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine conducted their research by collecting data from more than 10,000 people born... Read More

Custody battles: the Minnock case

The process of determining which parent a child will live with after a divorce causes great emotional distress for many parents – whether or not they are the parent who ultimately succeeds with their plea – and is a decision that judges will make carefully. There is a common feeling among many fathers that the family courts’ interpretation... Read More

Ayesha Vardag stars on Woman’s Hour to discuss Sharland and Gohil

Ayesha Vardag has made her Woman’s Hour debut on BBC Radio 4. Speaking to Radio 4 veteran Jane Garvey, she discussed the potential impact of the Sharland and Gohil cases currently going before the Supreme Court and the wider issues involved in non-disclosure and fraud within the court system. In both cases, Sharland and Gohil, the... Read More

A 9 year-old's inspiring 'Broken Home Kid' story goes viral

  Amicable co-parenting has just got a ringing endorsement from an unlikely source…and it’s gone viral online. 9 year-old Azka Corbuzier from Indonesia is very happy with his family life – even though his parents are divorced – and he decided to make a video to tell the world that divorce doesn’t have... Read More

How the super-rich really hide their assets during messy divorces

Ayesha Vardag has spent over a decade at the top of family law and has worked on some of the biggest and most high profile divorces around. She has now spoken to the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph about some of the tricks used to hide wealth. Ayesha told the Daily Mail “Private businesses are so easy to hide money in - you can hide... Read More

Male pattern infidelity: financially-dependent men more likely to cheat

According to a study by the University of Connecticut, economically-dependent spouses, especially male non-earners, are more likely to cheat than their breadwinner counterparts. The study, whose findings have been reported in the American Sociological Review under the title ‘Her Support, His Support: Money, Masculinity, and Marital... Read More
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