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Top Ten Myths in International Family Law

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about international family law issues. Here is our top 10:

A Culture of Change: Family Law and Inter-Ethnic Families

We have seen a change in the demography of our society with the increase in families of mixed ethnicities in recent years. Free movement of workers within the EU, coupled with international reciprocal arrangements allowing for the emigration of individuals from many different and varied nations, has created fascinating melting pots of cultures, languages and religions across the UK. It remains to be seen how Brexit will impact this trend.

DB v PB: reminder of potential effect of maintenance agreements

The recent case of DB v PB serves as a reminder of the potential effect an agreement in relation to maintenance can (for the time being at least) have on financial proceedings following the breakdown of a marriage.

 

Law Commission adopts iFLG proposals on law reform for pension sharing after foreign court orders

by David Hodson and Michael Allum 

PRESS RELEASE: Leading International Family Law Firm Launches New Digital Tool To Help Demystify The Law

A London based law firm The International Family Law Group LLP has launched two new, free, Web-Apps to assist individuals involved in family breakdown understand their rights, whatever relationship they may be in, and to help work towards a financial settlement. 

iFLG sets up Brexit family law helpdesk

The International Family Law Group LLP (iFLG) have today launched a free Brexit family law helpdesk to provide information for family lawyers here and abroad and those involved in family court proceedings about the impact of Brexit on family law.

Brexit and national family law

This note sets out some preliminary reflections on the impact on domestic, national family law of the UK voting to leave the EU.

Brexit and international family law

This note sets out some preliminary reflections on the impact on international family law of the UK voting, by a close majority, to leave the EU.

The EU Marital Property Regulation: Likely to be in force soon, but not in the UK even if we Remain

The EU Marital Property Regulation (MPR) has been in draft form since 2011. The European Council called on the European Commission to prepare a paper on marital property regimes as long ago as 2004. It has had many delays and obstacles but it would now seem as if it will pass through the various EU bodies, especially the EU Council, by the end of June 2016. 

Its Name is Bury…and it Runs the Fastest Family Court in the West

(with apologies to Ernie and his Milk Float)

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