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Vos: Let’s rethink litigation to attract female talent

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Appeal restores unrepresented litigant’s claim after system bounced oversize email

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Costs shake-up proposed for landlord-leaseholder disputes

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Landlords should not call the tune on housing court, says Law Society

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‘I don’t like being a father’: Husband admits he wants a DIVORCE because his wife ‘guilted’ him into…

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'I don't like being a father': Husband admits he wants a DIVORCE because his wife 'guilted' him into having a second child  A dad-of-two has revealed that he resents wife his for giving birth a second time  He says after his first child was born he discovered he didn't like being a father The man explained his wife 'guilted' him into going along with the pregancy He says although he loves his children, feels deeply resentful towards his wife  By Emilia Mazza For Daily Mail Australia Published: 06:58, 30 January 2019 | Updated: 20:14, 30 January 2019 A father-of-two says [...]

EU’s new divorce settlement regulation for international couples comes into force

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Published 11:19 January 30, 2019 Updated 11:19 January 30, 2019 The EU has introduced new rules that are designed to settle property disputes between what Brussels calls “international married couples and registered partners”, part of an initiative by the European Union to help streamline the process of settling ownership and inheritance rights in the event of a divorce or death. The main purpose of the new regulation is for the EU to implement a set of rules that concern divorce settlements and which will be applicable across the whole of the bloc. Brussels’ stated goal, in this case, is to put an [...]

How to get divorced without hating your ex – IOL

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As Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos prepare for their own split, we spoke to divorce lawyers, a divorce coach and regular people who've been through it about how to divorce without tearing your family apart. Picture: AP Washington - As Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos prepare for their own split, we spoke to divorce lawyers, a divorce coach and regular people who've been through it about how to divorce without tearing your family apart. (Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post.)  Every relationship is different, of course. But whether the details of your relationship are played out in the media or the carpool [...]

The Stages of Divorce: From Divorce Petition to Decree Absolute

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The process of divorce in England is not very difficult. However, people go through it every day and even if both sides are for it, it doesn’t become any easier. In fact, there are about 9 steps from the initial divorce petition to the Decree Absolute. The following is a summary of these 9 steps which also apply to the dissolution of a civil partnership from Goodmanray.com 1. Divorce Petition The first step in any divorce process is filing the divorce petition. The person seeking the divorce often referred to as the petitioners, files a divorce petition or matrimonial order. [...]

Princess Diana Never Wanted a Divorce — Until This 1 Person Changed Her Mind – The Cheat Sheet

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They may have had one of the most disastrous marriages in the history of the British monarchy, but that doesn’t change the simple fact: Princess Diana loved Prince Charles. Even when she discovered he might still have feelings for his ex, Camilla Parker-Bowles, before their wedding, she still went ahead with the ceremony. Obviously, Diana thought that love would be enough to keep her man. Everyone knows what happened next: the pair gradually fell apart as Prince Charles’ not-so-secret affair with Camilla went public. But it turns out Princess Diana would have been willing to forgive his husband for his [...]

Former Dragons’ Den Star’s Divorce Case Highlights Trouble With ‘Expert Testimony’ In Family Law – F…

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The more complex our world has become, the more likely it is that litigation will involve expert evidence. Many family law cases require the expert testimony of psychologists or social workers who make recommendations on what is in a child's best interests. Other experts appearing frequently in the family courts include real estate appraisers and chartered business valuators, who testify about the value of shares in private companies and income for support purposes. Some years ago, judges began to express concern about the independence of the experts appearing before them: some experts were perceived as being simply another advocate in [...]