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How best to protect your assets when in a relationship or contemplating marriage

Sarah French

When you commence a new relationship or get engaged protecting your assets is probably not the first thing on your mind.  Whilst it is unromantic it is, however, a good idea to consider the following protective measures you can take to try to protect your assets.  This is particularly the case if there is a sizeable imbalance between the financial circumstances of you both, and/or if you have significant inheritance prospects. 

Should a high earning capacity be shared upon divorce?

Victoria Walker

The Court of Appeal has released judgment in the case of Waggott v Waggott saying no it shouldn’t and dismissing the wife’s appeal.    

Divorce case of Mrs and Mr Owens

Debra Emery

In the wake of the striking divorce case of Mrs and Mr Owens, BBC Radio Solent spoke to Debra Emery, Partner and Head of the Moore Blatch Family department about the implications of Judge Robin Tolson QC refusing Mrs Tini Owens application for divorce on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour at the Family Court sitting at Oxford last year.

Moving abroad with children? Consider the issues should the relationship fail

Jan Galloway

Many couples at some point in their life consider the benefits of a life overseas whether for quality of life, employment, prospects for their children or family ties. Over the last decade around 4m people chose to emigrate from the UK* and many of these will have children.

Breaking up doesn't have to be hard

Katy Barber

The end of a relationship is a difficult, emotional and usually stressful time and can cause mental, emotional and financial hardship. If you have made the decision to separate from your partner, it is important to obtain some clear guidance, particularly where money or children are concerned.

Divorce with light touch legal intervention is the future

Jan Galloway

Divorce is often cited as one of the most stressful lifetime events, and to most people it conjures up images of warring couples, distressed children and worried about the financial cost and emotional energy spent. Happily, it is not quite like this today.

Ease the stress of divorce by avoiding these common pitfalls

Katy Barber

Divorce is shrouded in myths which lead many people to make mistakes. People are often surprised when we explain to them that there aren't protections in place for a common law partner or that you don't necessarily need to go to court to get divorced. These myths can cost them dear and can be emotionally draining, particularly when children are involved.

International child law and working abroad

Jan Galloway

Jan Galloway, Partner in Family Law at Moore Blatch, explains how International Child Law affects people working abroad in times of family breakdown.

Divorce costs the British economy some £46bn a year*

Jan Galloway

Divorce is the second highest cause of stress ...can you afford to ignore its impact on the workplace.....

Dress, cake, honeymoon, guest list, pre-nuptial agreement … what every good wedding planning list should look like

Katy Barber

Planning for a wedding is such an exciting time with many brides and grooms undertaking meticulous planning to make sure that they give proper thought to every single aspect of their big day and the life they wish to live thereafter.

This article makes a case for inclusion of a different type of item to be added to the wedding checklist.


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