Farming divorces typically involve complex business ownership structures and require special care, as Laura Marti
Agreeing to drafting a contract clause that you believe might be unethical could put you in breach of your regulatory obligations, warns Men
It is for the law to keep up with changing relationship formats and social attitudes to reflect reality and protect those involved, writes Pipp
Fixing the civil partnership anomaly is only the first step of a bigger cohabitation reform project, writes Jean-Yve
Despite the recent Court of Appeal judgment, it is clear the ban on opposite-sex civil partnerships cannot continue indefinitely, writes Maev
As it stands, the law on civil partnerships is inherently unfair, argues Marily
Private members bill receives cross-party support ahead of Common
The case law on special contributions shows the court has set the threshold inordinately high for parties seeking to deviate from equality, writes Lar
Sarah Hutchinson and Elizabeth Burch discuss key family cases, including developments in the law on nuptial agreements and the emphasis on the voice of the
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