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Is the 5p charge worth it?

It’s been four months since the introduction of the 5 pence charge for a carrier bag, which has become somewhat tolerable after media frenzy on the issue. The law was introduced by the government on October 5, in order to reduce the use of carrier bags and help protect the environment. 


Fantastic High Court Ruling To Protect Against Potential Acts of Revenge Porn…Whilst Still Maintaining Anonymity


On Saturday, following an emergency hearing at the High Court in London, a successful actor was granted a ban on nude pictures and sexual activity involving him from appearing on social media and in magazines.

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#AWMBinspiration…Day 73…Rupinder Bains!

The Return of the Super-Injunction?

A recent judgment handed down by Mrs Justice Elisabeth Laing recently in the case of A1, A2 and X has begged the question – are super-injunctions going to be making a return?

Most people know about the notoriety of super-injunctions, which largely came to public prominence in 2011 following the Imogen Thomas and Ryan Giggs matter.

Grandparents blocked from adopting their granddaughter

A recent case conducted in the Chelmsford family court has highlighted the longstanding and common misunderstanding that grandparents automatically assume the responsibility of their grandchildren and hold legal rights should their parents be unable to care for them.

The Lucrative World Of Football Can Play Havoc With Your Wife!

So, Brendan Rodgers is currently in the middle of sorting out the messy financial side of his divorce.

Apparently he has amassed a property portfolio of 102 houses and after a 20 year relationship of which they were married for 13, Mrs Rodgers is naturally after a piece of the empire…not just a piece though, half of the complete empire.

Divorcee Woman Receives No Pity From The Court

Online ‘cheating’ website hacked.

It’s Not Fair for Fathers…or The Children…

A common scenario, a couple have children and subsequently separate. However, a recent case which has been subjected to Justice Bellamy in the High Court is slightly more perturbing on its facts. 

Warning to all husbands! If you wash your hands of your family, you are likely to pay for it on divorce.

No one will feel the wrath of the divorce court more than Medic Dr Essam Aly, who was recently made subject to an unusual financial order upon divorce:  that his entire £560,000 fortune be given to his ex-wife, which is believed to be the first divorce case of its kind in this jurisdiction.

Enforcement of financial orders on divorce

Our newspapers regularly report on judgments handed down following ex-wives’ multi-million pound claims on divorce. What the newspapers less often report on are cases where the ex-husband (and it usually is the ex-husband) has to make payment following a court order, but fails to do so.  


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