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Are Trusts Taken Into Account in Financial Settlements?

Section 25 of the Matrimonial Causes Act lists the factors the courts need to consider when making orders in financial remedy cases. It’s well-established that…

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What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of A Pension Sharing Order?

In financial remedy cases family courts try to find an outcome that’s fair to both parties. This judicial approach in turn shapes the way private…

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What Happens To Digital Assets When I Divorce?

More and more of us own digital assets. Government analysis suggests around 10% of the UK adult population possesses some kind of cryptoasset (crypto currency).…

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Can I Get A UK Financial Order After My Overseas Divorce?

Yes, it’s possible to get a financial order in the UK after a foreign divorce. But the process tends to be complex and uncertain. Whether…

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How Do Family Courts Decide Where The Children Live?

When a couple separates or decides to divorce, decisions about the future care of children are often the most difficult to make. In most cases…

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Do I Need A Divorce Solicitor For Mediation?

Family mediation is a process that couples can use to resolve their differences over financial provision and arrangements for children when they divorce. It’s supported…

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Can I Use My Own Expert To Value Assets In My Financial Hearing?

Many of the divorces that we deal with involve assets of some complexity. The financial pot to be divided might include complex pension funds and…

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What Is Fraudulent Non-Disclosure In Divorce And What Is The Penalty?

When you are involved in financial remedy proceedings as part of your divorce, full disclosure of your financial assets is required. And this applies whether…

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Can I Change My Prenup After I Get Married, And Can Agreements Be Challenged?

As the name suggests a prenup agreement is one that’s made ahead of your marriage. If, after you get married you want to change the…

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Do I Pay CGT If I Sell Assets As Part Of A Financial Settlement?

Divorcing couples are sometimes confronted with unexpected tax implications when it comes to implementing financial settlements. In particular potential liability for Capital Gains Tax (CGT)…

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When Will Courts Refuse To Enforce A Post-Nuptial Agreement?

There are many reasons why clients might wish to enter nuptial agreements – pre and post marriage. Generally speaking, the English courts will give effect…

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Are You A Victim Of Financial Abuse?

Financial abuse takes many forms. It occurs in a wide range of situations. As family law solicitors we usually see it in the context of…

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