Pre-nups, Celebrities & Christmas: our round-up of news for December 2020
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:
How do Hollywood A-listers co-parent after divorce? Managing Director Rita Gupta uncovers some positive ways A-listers make their child arrangements after separating.
Pre-nups for all: why every couple getting married should make a pre-nup, and why they are not just for Hollywood A-listers!
The latest research into domestic violence against men as revealed at the ManKind Initiative Conference in November.
Are you a recently-separated parent and need to plan that crucial five day festive period under the new COVID Christmas rules? A child arrangements letter can help both of you decide on who gets the kids, when. Our latest article from Director Rita Gupta explains more.
From our social media:
Tatiana Akhmedova’s son accused of foul play in £453m divorce.
A sad statistic to read, as we move into December.
Our latest article on our website gives some ideas on how separated parents can organise Christmas, rather than perhaps cancel it.
Resolution’s annual campaign which aims to promote the constructive ways their members can help separating couples. This year the emphasis is on the Resolution "Code of Practice".
More and more couples are keen to share the cost of separation by instructing one solicitor.
From our social media:
And still it rumbles on for Brangelina.
For those considering applying, you can listen to the other Justices speaking about their career path and why they applied to become a Justice, as well as sharing insights into what the application process felt like and what advice they would give someone considering applying.
"It is plain that the system is at present running low in terms of the personal reserves of the human beings who work within it. "
"Having the right team behind you is invaluable for a lockdown divorce, when you’ll need more support than ever."
We couldn't have said it better
Something to think on for retaining diversity.
"The UK Supreme Court could be left with just one woman judge in a few months’ time, risking a reversal of progress on diversity on the bench, campaigners have warned."
As per this FT Adviser article: A shock is in store for international divorcing couples. Brexit may pose some difficulties for parties in international divorce.