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Advice for Older Couples

Created By : 08-Aug-2017 Write By: alunjones Published In: Mediation Hits: 38 Comment: 0

Attitudes towards marriage are certainly changing, and even more of our older generation are now choosing to tie the knot later in life.

The ONS has stated that the marriage rate for the over 65’s has increased by over 50% for women, and over 40% for men.  

What can I do if my partner refuses to pay what’s been ordered by way of the divorce settlement?

Created By : 28-Jul-2017 Write By: alunjones Published In: Divorce Hits: 46 Comment: 0

As experienced family lawyers, here at Alun Jones Family Law we are used to listening to what our clients would like to achieve from their divorce settlement. We use our vast experience in order to bring a resolution that incorporates the client’s objectives.   

How will Brexit impact Family Law?

Created By : 28-Jul-2017 Write By: alunjones Published In: Divorce Hits: 65 Comment: 0

Whether you are a remainer or leaver, most people will agree that EU law makes up a significant body of legislation within the UK.

Therefore, the impact that Brexit will have on national law is an area that will need to be considered before the full dissolution of our membership. A full analysis is needed to determine which parts of the law will need to be replaced which are currently governed by the EU.  

Will I have to financially support my ex-wife/husband for life after our divorce?

Created By : 21-Jul-2017 Write By: alunjones Published In: Divorce Hits: 114 Comment: 0

 

A recent case involving Maria and Graham Mills has attracted significant publicity within the media, with the case centering around the issue of spousal maintenance. Mr Mills was ordered to pay a higher amount of maintenance to his former wife some fifteen years after their initial divorce settlement, after it became apparent that Mrs Mills fell into debt, after investing "unwisely" in a series of London properties.