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Unsuccessful appeal by H against a final order where he argued the couple had concluded a financial agreement years before, (Lady Justice Rafferty, the Senior President of Tribunals and Lord Justice Lindblom) 25 January 2017
The Supreme Court’s decision in favour of the rights of an unmarried woman to her late partner’s pension was today welcomed by the Law Society of England and Wales as a victory for equal treatment before the law for unmarried couples.
Unsuccessful appeal against a non-molestation and occupation order.
Case notes provided by Family Law Hub
Helping clients to make informed choices about legal services that best meet their needs is at the heart of the solicitor profession’s priorities, the Law Society said today as it published a toolkit on price and service transparency
Your Section membership includes four webinars and access to discounted online training from the Law Society. You can now access these through the new Professional Development Centre – your enhanced eLearning portal that enables you to capture all your learning in one free online record.
Karen Dovaston examines the implications of this important case regarding an arbitral award
In this complex, high-value case, a husband was able to demonstrate the assets attributed to him were not available for distribution. Sofia Moussaoui was instructed by the respondent