GDPR, personal assets & cricket nets: our round-up of news for April 2018
If you missed what we’ve been sharing last month, here’s a round up of our blogs and some of the news posts on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
From our blog:
30% of married people say they were 'relatively clueless' about their new spouse's finances when they first married, according to a survey by Experian. Our latest blog explains how a working knowledge of matrimonial assets and finances will be very important throughout a marriage, and crucial if you want a divorce.
From our social media:
It is a sad state when barristers feel this is the only course to take.
An unexpected side affect from drastic weight loss.
It gives students the opportunity to Skype justices from the comfort of their classrooms.
50 years after getting a divorce, Kentucky couple will tie the knot for a second time.
Mind you, I think robots for MPs? Well that just might be an improvement.
Couples who earn the same amount are more likely to stay together, study claims.
A London court ordered the seizure of a luxury $492 million yacht owned by a Russian billionaire as judges sought to enforce one of the largest divorce payouts in U.K. history.
And where is The happiest country 'probably'?
We know how difficult it is getting the right school for your children - but this not the way to go about it.
In May the Supreme Court hears the Owens v Owens case.
Nuffield Foundation says outdated law needs a no-fault divorce option.