Celebrity Mediation, divorce and sponsorship: our round-up of news for November 2019

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:

I’m a celebrity - get me sorted


I'm A Celebrity co-host Ant McPartlin is reportedly set to enter mediation with his ex wife Lisa Armstrong before the tucker trials and jungle camping start. My view on what this can achieve, as a trained Resolution mediator.


Creating Better Futures: why our latest charity sponsorship is so important


Introducing Plaxedes, a girl we're sponsoring in Zimbabwe through Creating Better Futures to complete her schooling and achieve her ambition of becoming a policewoman.



Join Rita Gupta for her first MBL “Financial Remedy Cases” webinar

Clapperboard for Webinar with Rita Gupta


Join Rita Gupta for her first training seminar for legal professionals "Financial Remedy Cases - Practical Tips for Family Lawyers” - worth 1.25 CPD hours (MBL Seminars).



From our social media:

The Key to Bliss for a Dual-Career Couple? A Contract

An interesting look at partnerships, and the discussions at various stages of lives to help keep couples together.


Scots lawyers massively in favour of retaining wigs and gowns

The wigs and gowns for Scotland please.


Dubai's Princess Haya arrives at court for day two of custody battle

The estranged couple are both friends of the Queen. Their estimated £4.5billion #divorce could be the costliest in British legal history.


15 ways your job is destroying your marriage

Some things that you may not have thought of.


First registrations of opposite-sex civil partnerships set for New Year’s Eve

New Year's Eve will be more important for some this year.


Election threatens criminal legal aid review progress

Divorce Bill and Domestic Abuse bill are not the only casualties of the election.


Domestic abuse legislation to fall due to election

‘due to the imminent dissolution of this parliament and the forthcoming general election, the bill will not progress any further and the public bill committee will no longer meet’.

Such is the fate of the domestic Abuse bill!


And finally

There still is no such thing as a ‘Common law marriage”!

We join Resolution’s campaign calling on all political parties to “provide greater protection for cohabiting couples”