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No Fault Divorce DROPPED by Parliament

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New laws to boost the rights of abuse victims, crack down on animal cruelty and introduce no-fault divorce could be axed after Parliament was suspended until the 14th October. The 12 bills that were going through at the time of Parliament's...

No Fault Divorce Legislation

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Legislation for no-fault divorce will be introduced as 'soon as parliamentary time becomes available'. Currently, there is no such thing as a no fault divorce. The only ground for divorce, is that the marriage has irretrievably broken down and to...

Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths Act

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The Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration etc) Act comes into force on 26 May 2019. The Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration etc) Bill received Royal Assent on 26 March 2019, becoming the Civil Partnerships, Marriages and...

32 Miles East launch their first event

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This professional group was created with junior professionals in mind, with the aim of providing opportunities for networking and socialising within the local business community. Named because of Chelmsford's geographical distance from London, this brand...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Everyone is talking about the Royal Wedding; Meghan did look amazingly beautiful and we were all filled with joy for the new couple as they tied the knot. Some of us may have also learned that the Los Angeles-born Suits star is actually called Rachel Meghan...

Cohabitation - have you thought about the risks?

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With Christmas fast approaching you might be thinking about the next stage of your relationship and asking your partner to move in. What rights do cohabiting couples have with respect to the property they live in and other assets? Couples who are unmarried...

Fathers' rights for contact with children over Christmas

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Unfortunately, being a father with or without Parental Responsibility for your children does not automatically give you the right to spend time with them over the Christmas holidays, unless you have an agreement or a Court Order. We recommend trying to work...

What is a Consent Order on divorce, judicial separation or dissolution of civil partnership?

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A Consent Order is a legally binding document which sets out the financial agreement between divorcing couples. Each Consent Order is different and is drafted according to each party's unique circumstances. The Consent Order will deal with all the...