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Following judgment handed down by Mr Justice Warby in the High Court on 13 April 2018, in the case of NT1 and NT2 (ciphers for the real names of the Claimants) against Google Inc in respect of complaints concerning their rights under the ‘Right to be Forgotten’, the Data Protection Act and their inherent right to privacy under Article 8 of the European Convention on Humans Rights (conveyed by the Human Rights Act 1998), the environment for individuals’ claims under the Right to be Forgotten and Google’s oft aloofness to such requests, has been shattered.

Sir Cliff Richard v South Yorkshire Police and the BBC

Sir Cliff’s High Court claim in privacy and data protection began yesterday – a case which will again bring into stark focus the ever developing law of privacy and data protection, especially when it comes  to the manner in which the press report criminal investigations (before arrest/charge), and process personal data in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998, all weighed against the need for the public to know about such issues, especially when they concern high profile public figures.

The financial settlement is the final process of a divorce and involves the court setting down the terms of the deal between you and your former partner. Once this has taken place, the settlement then becomes a binding ‘financial order’ and is something that will shape not only your life but the lives of your children. Before discussing when you should address the financial settlement in divorce, let’s consider what the court takes into account when making their decision, to help you make a more informed decision.

Seeking a divorce? Then here are a few words of advice to heed over the coming months:    

Make a list

When undergoing a divorce, one of your biggest priorities has to be discerning how household assets are divided. Judging this can be complex when you and your partner have children who must be carefully accounted for as well. Your home is an asset the future of which warrants especially careful consideration; however, at Pinder Reaux, we can provide advice on how you can meticulously navigate your way through the potentially choppy waters of asset division.

How could your home be divided?

Divorcing can be highly emotionally draining. You could feel hurt, angry, and bewildered; however, you still need to heed the requirements of your children. Telling them that you and your partner are divorcing needs to be done carefully, as does transitioning to new routines post-separation; otherwise, your kids could feel like their world is about to fall apart. Here are some vital pointers.

It’s a sad and unfortunate truth that marriages in the UK end in divorce. The office for national statistics report that from data on marriages that occurred in 1998, almost a third of them had ended before the 15th anniversary, indicating the fact that divorce is a reality that many of us must face.

In an emotionally difficult time, your head may not be in the right place to deal with how to calculate a fair financial settlement in your divorce or breakdown of a civil partnership. This is why we’ve compiled a number of easy-to-follow tips and guidelines to help you decide what’s fair for the both of you.

 

Know the law

Are you a man seeking a divorce? Do you want to know how to find the best divorce lawyer for you, and then here is some advice on how to go about it:

Confidence

If you and your spouse have just decided to divorce, here's a warning: telling your friends could cause you a lot of pain. However, once you know that the divorce is definitely going ahead, you should make that news public, LoveToKnow advises. Here are some steps that you can benefit from taking in order to minimise inadvertent struggles or shocks as the news breaks.

When should you tell your friends?

Choosing the right attorney during a stressful time isn’t easy. Here are five things you should take into account before hiring…

You should shop around

Here at Pinder Reaux, we aren't about only providing dry legal advice or adhering to traditional legal practice. With each case that we handle, we provide bespoke advice and guidance - and we have a long history of providing legal representation. Our notable clients have included the late "Oxo mum" actress Lynda Bellingham, as the Daily Mail has reported. Below, we outline our services.

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