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Why we need to disrupt the family law sector

Why we need to disrupt the family law sector

There’s a genuine problem with the way family law works in this country, and the impact it has on divorcing and separati[...]

amicable featured in Legal Futures

amicable featured in Legal Futures

Legal Futures’ Nick Hilborne wrote about amicable today, here’s what he had to say: Amicable app’ aims to take some of t[...]

Lawyers V Machines

Lawyers V Machines

In 1996, a speaker told The Law Society that in five years’ time the predominant method of communication between lawyer [...]

Marriage vs civil partnership - what’s the difference?

Marriage vs civil partnership - what’s the difference?

Looking for the key differences between marriage and entering into a civil partnership?’. We’ve listed some of the top o[...]

The Top 3 Common Law Myths You Should Know About

The Top 3 Common Law Myths You Should Know About

If you’re co-habiting and things go sour, you should protect yourselves by being aware of these three common myths when [...]

Ticking the 'financial box' on my divorce petition - what does it mean and should I tick yes or no?

Ticking the 'financial box' on my divorce petition - what does it mean and should I tick yes or no?

This very common question creates a lot of confusion and panic, this blog aims to explain what it means and to help you [...]

What is a Decree Nisi?

What is a Decree Nisi?

If you are legally ending your marriage by divorcing or ending your civil partnership through a dissolution in England a[...]

When will ‘No Fault Divorce’ become law?

When will ‘No Fault Divorce’ become law?

You may have seen the recent media coverage about ‘no fault’ divorce and the planned changes to divorce laws in England [...]



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