Civil Partnership vs Marriage: Which is right for you?

A civil partnership is a legal relationship entered into by two people which is registered and provides couples with the same legal rights and duties that they would have in a lawful marriage. Civil…

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Considering a Pre-Nuptial Agreement? Points to consider.

According to data released by Facebook, Christmas Eve is the most popular day to get engaged closely followed by Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve. This joyful time can be made to feel less romantic…

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Pre-Nuptial Agreements to become enforceable in England?

Pre-Nuptial Agreements to become enforceable in England? The Daily Mail reports today that legislation will be brought forward to enforce pre marriage agreements:…

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Can Children Lose Out After a Prenuptial Agreement Has Been Signed?

Prenuptial agreements are not automatically recognised in family law, although the government has made noises to say that legislation may well be brought forward to make them binding. It is clearly…

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The EU Maintenance Regulation – A Simplification

Where are we a year and a bit on?  Since 18th June 2011 we have been living, along with 26 other EU Member States, with a new Council Regulation on jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and…

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Blanchards Law in Mail on Sunday

http://www.absolutepublishing.com/Portals/0/Uploads/RateCards/MOS_Weddings_MediaPack_020212.pdfBlanchards Law features in Wedding Essentials Supplement in Mail on Sunday on 11 March 2012

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Points to Consider for Pre-Nuptial Agreements

  Pre-nuptial or Pre-marriage Agreements (“prenups”) represent a difficult issue for a couple to grapple with, and are often viewed with suspicion and seen as unromantic. As the title suggests,…

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