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Family Law Archive - April 2015

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Mercenary marriages of the long eighteenth century

A study by the Open University has put paid to the rose-tinted spectacles view of marriage in the eighteenth century. According to historian Anne Laurence, the idea that, during this period marriages became a thing of romance – befitting the era’s association, culturally, with Romanticism – they were in fact rather mercenary.... Read More

Enforcing family financial orders

In March 2015 the Law Commission published a consultation paper entitled: 'Enforcement of Family Financial Orders'. Here is an in-depth look at its aims and recommendations. The Law Commission have put forward reforms to improve the way family financial orders are enforced more effective and more efficient. They have also suggested introducing new... Read More
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