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Earlier this year, Elissa Da Costa-Waldman successfully represented a cohabitant in her claim to be entitled to the entire proceeds of sale from a house she owned in her sole name, after the relationship broke down and her former p ... read more
October 26th, 2016
Two divorced women are taking their divorce cases back to court, claiming that in their divorce settlements their former husbands did not disclose their true wealth and that therefore they should have received more. ... read more
June 11th, 2015
In a landmark ruling on May 13, the Supreme Court, the highest court, has found that local authorities failed to recognise homeless people in vulnerable situations, according to a BBC report. Ruling on the cases of three homeless men, the court found that one, Patrick Kanu, was wrongfully denied... ... read more
May 19th, 2015
A woman whose marriage broke down more than 30 years ago has been granted permission under a decision by the Supreme Court to seek payments from her ex-husband. ... read more
March 17th, 2015
Eight out of 10 applications for family mediation result in agreement, according to the chief executive of National Family Mediation, Jane Robey. ... read more
February 27th, 2015
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