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C v C: Applying Waggott to post-separation earnings

by Stuart Clark / 29 Nov, 2018

In C v C [2018] EWHC 3186 (Fam) Mrs Justice Roberts applied the principle confirmed in Waggott v Waggott [2018] EWCA Civ 727 to the product

iFLG partners take part in webinar on financial relief after an overseas divorce

by Michael Allum / 23 Nov, 2018

iFLG partners David Hodson OBE and Michael Allum were delighted to record a webinar for Lexis Nexis, as part of thier 'Family Law Series', on financial relief after an overseas divorce pursuant to Part III of the MFPA 1984.  The one-hour webinar covers a wide range of issues including the backgro

The importance of financial disclosure in English divorce proceedings

by Emma Nash / 19 Nov, 2018

Every divorce is different.

Family Law in the EU draft Withdrawal Agreement

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 15 Nov, 2018

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iFLG lawyers named ‘best of breed’ in Spears 500 2019

by Madeleine Gordon / 14 Nov, 2018

Partners Ann Thomas and David Hodson OBE MICArb have both been named ‘best of breed’ in this year’s Spears 500 Index.

The International Family Law Group LLP is again ranked leader in its field for mediation services.

by Madeleine Gordon / 13 Nov, 2018

iFLG has once again been ranked highly for Mediation in this year’s Legal 500.

A reminder (from abroad) on the importance of complying with court orders

by Emma Nash / 09 Nov, 2018

In Senna & Aldenberg & Anor [2018] FCCA 2711, a mother of two (aged approximately eight and nine years old) and her own mother (the grandmother) were imprisoned following their failure to comply with Orders of a Family Law Court in Australia.  As a similar approach could be taken

Who gets the dog when couples divorce?

by Lucy Loizou / 08 Nov, 2018

Celebrity Ant McPartlin is in the news again in the next instalment of his divorce from Lisa Armstrong, this time apparently arguing about who should get their beloved dog. When a relationship breaks down bitter custody battles can occur regarding who keeps the pet.

Preserving and Protecting Financial Assets on Divorce

by Lucy Loizou / 02 Nov, 2018

When going through a divorce it is common to experience the fear of being left penniless by your spouse.

How October’s drastic Budget changes to Principal Private Residence Relief (PPR) will impact separating couples

by Lucy Greenwood / 01 Nov, 2018

The October 2018 budget has brought with it a significant proposed change to the principal private residence relief (‘PPR’) available to homeowners on the disposal of a property.