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Lisa Armstrong pictured arriving for ‘eight-hour negotiation about £31m divorce from Ant McPar…

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Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong arrived at her barrister's office for an eight hour discussion over her £31m divorce deal on Tuesday.  A 'peacemaker' during the extensive negotiations, the make-up artist, 43, reportedly brought forward the meeting with her legal team, after returning from holiday in Mexico.  During the lengthy chat - where the details of their split are believed to have been decided - Lisa would have made £64,583 a minute, reports The Sun. 'Peacemaker': Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong pictured arriving at her barrister's office in London on Tuesday for an eight hour discussion over her £31m divorce deal, after the [...]

SMEs should consider outsourcing for business

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Revealed: Where to find business grants in London

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Veganism judgment doesn’t change employment law, expert notes

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Bumbling bridegroom in court after marrying second wife, after FORGETTING to pay for divorce – Daily…

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Bumbling bridegroom, 50, lands himself in court after marrying second wife in dream church wedding...after FORGETTING to pay for his divorce David Campbell arrested and accused of bigamy after not completing divorce He tried to marry second wife in a church but did not disclose previous marriage Campbell filed for divorce, but forgot to send off a cheque to pay for the process He admitted making a false statement for purposes of entering into a marriage  By Chris Dyer For Mailonline Published: 17:59, 6 January 2020 | Updated: 18:34, 6 January 2020 A bumbling bridegroom who claimed he had never been [...]

Love isn't always eternal… that's why you need to formalise your divorce properly

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Not all marriages result in a happily ever after... that's why RMB Lawyers say you need to formalise your divorce properly. In the last year alone 119,188 people tied the knot. While the majority of these will lead to lifelong relationships, the reality is a large portion of them won't. In the past two years, nearly 100,000 marriages ended in divorce, with 49,404 separations in 2018 and 49,032 in 2017. Nearly all of these would have required negotiations around property and assets. That's why Bradley Peterson - an associate at RMB Lawyers who focuses his legal career upon family law [...]

Davina McCall reveals divorce ‘is a traumatic experience’ as she breaks silence on split with husban…

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Davina and Matthew split in 2017 (Picture: Getty Images for Kelly Hoppen) Two years after she split from her husband of 17 years, Davina McCall has broken her silence on the breakdown of her marriage. Describing the situation as causing ‘emotional turmoil’, the popular presenter – who split with Matthew Robertson in November 2017 – said that while she and Matthew successfully co-parent their three kids now, divorce is a ‘traumatic’ experience. The star has been dating celebrity hairdresser Michael Douglas since last year, however she’s yet to officially, publically, announce she’s in a relationship. She told You magazine: ‘I [...]

In our secret family courts, judges still don’t understand what rape means | Louise Tickle

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When is rape, you know, real, proper rape? Shockingly, in our family courts, it seems it’s only when you put up a fight and have the injuries to show for it. Never mind that you might clearly not consent to sex but in the end submit, terrified of what might happen if you were to actively resist. In one recently reported case in the family courts a woman had complained to the court that she was a victim of domestic violence and had been raped. Judge Robin Tolson ruled that because the woman had taken “no physical steps” to stop [...]

Why January is known as divorce month and what to do if you're thinking of separating

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Although divorce rates have fallen to their lowest level since the 1970s, separation continues to spike after the festive season. Many attribute the stress and financial burden of trying to create the perfect Christmas as the reason why many married couples head for divorce in January. Divorce Day, which falls on the first Monday back at work after the Christmas period and this year is on January 6, is when many look into the legal separation process. Family lawyers and support organisations receiving more enquiries in the New Year than at any other time. There were 90,871 divorces in 2018, [...]

Domino’s share price on watch after announcing franchisee litigation – Yahoo Finance

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The Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX: DMP) share price will be on watch on Tuesday after a late announcement by the pizza chain operator on Monday. What did Domino’s announce? According to the release, Domino’s expects to be served with Federal Court proceedings by an Australian franchisee very shortly. Whilst the company would not normally comment on these matters, especially at this stage, it made the move after becoming aware that the media had been briefed before the statement of claim has been served. Why is it being served with Federal Court proceedings? Domino’s revealed that the litigation is in [...]