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Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Can a Post-nup Save Your Marriage?

It is a sad fact that January is usually the busiest time of the year for divorce lawyers up and down the country. It is even sadder that pr...

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Angharad Bentley Associate Partner
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Domestic Violence during Lockdown

With a further extension made to the Stay at Home rules and with Boris Johnson urging us to be patient and to stick with it, victims of dome...

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Angharad Bentley Associate Partner
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Getting Divorced during Coronavirus Lockdown

Please note: The advice given in this article is correct as of 02/04/2020. As the situation continues to develop, guidance from the courts m...

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Nicola Rushton Chartered Legal Executive
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Islamic Marriages Are Not Considered Valid in the UK

The Court of Appeal, in the case of Akhter v Khan [2020] EWCA Civ 122, has ruled that Islamic faith marriages are considered to be ‘non ma...

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Angharad Bentley Associate Partner
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Landmark Judgment is a “Critical Win for Gender Equality” in Divorce

A landmark judgment in the Court of Appeal looked into the unfair division of wealth in divorce cases where one party is deemed the breadwin...

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Nicola Rushton Chartered Legal Executive
Family law

Impact of Brexit on Family Law

As you will be aware the UK formally left the EU on the 31st January 2020 after a long period of negotiations. One of the most significant i...

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Jonathan Pollard Associate Partner
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Your Guide to Divorce

With the stresses of the festive period over, a new year brings the opportunity for a fresh start. For some, this could be a new challenge s...

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Antonia Love Partner

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