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Are online divorces less likely to result in a final decree? Provisional results of FOI request

by ANONYMOUS (not verified) / 30 Aug, 2019

By: David Hodson OBE MCIArb with Stuart Clark and Emma Chowdhury


Preserve your inter-generational wealth

by Lucy Loizou / 29 Aug, 2019

The preservation and protection of inter-generational family wealth is often high on the agenda for the families who have generated that wealth as well as the financial professionals and lawyers who advise them.

FIGT2019 Sponsors International Family Law Group

FIGIT Annual Conference in Bangkok 2019

by Paula Fox / 20 Aug, 2019

Interview with Partners David Hodson OBE MCI Arb and Lucy Greenwood

No more Signing of the Register: changes in wedding procedure within the Anglican Church

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 16 Aug, 2019

A change in the law, coming into effect possibly later in 2019, will alter the procedure for obtaining a marriage certificate for weddings in the Anglican Church.

Keep your original Decree Absolute in a safe place

by Lucy Greenwood / 16 Aug, 2019

The Court in England and Wales should retain key documents within divorce proceedings for a total of 100 years. So if you divorced in England and Wales, but lost your original Decree Absolute you might think you can assume you will always be able to obtain an official copy.

A lesson from the fellow in Iannello: The court’s jurisdiction to make an order in relation to the payment of a bonus

by ANONYMOUS (not verified) / 09 Aug, 2019

By: Sarah Basso & Rachel Roberts

Global GB: family law opportunities post Brexit. Envisaging international innovations

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 06 Aug, 2019