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Family Law Archive - 2024

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Changes to Family Procedure Rules – what does this mean for you?

It isn’t just the seasons which are changing – this month, April 2024, heralds changes to the Family Procedure Rules – a number of which may impact how family cases progress; especially in relation to non-court dispute resolution. This article explores what these changes are, what they could mean for you and how we at Vardags... Read More

The rise of non-monogamous relationships, and any legal implications

The rise of non-monogamous relationships, and any legal implications: With the likes of Louis Theroux and Stacey Dooley fronting documentaries looking at non-monogamous relationships both in the UK and abroad, fictional depictions in TV shows, dating apps creating new categories when searching for partners, adultery becoming ‘legally... Read More

The fluctuating cryptocurrency market and family law

The fluctuating cryptocurrency market and family law Bitcoin reached a new record all-time high on Thursday 14th March, reaching over $73,700; the surge in price follows the introduction of the recently approved Bitcoin ETF issued by the likes of Blackrock and Fidelity. This has widened the pool of investors by offering an opportunity to... Read More

IS “FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN” ENOUGH REASON TO STAY MARRIED?

According to current data, roughly half of all children in the UK will not live with both parents simultaneously by the time they are fourteen. While ‘staying together for the sake of the children’ was historically used as reason for staying in a troubled marriage, this begs the question of whether a child’s wellbeing is more... Read More
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