divorce-settlement
The Law Commission for England and Wales has published proposals, which could see those who fail to pay divorce settlements receive penalties including driving bans and passport confiscations. At the […]

Travel bans under consideration for those who ...




divorce-settlement
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) will review its policy on forced marriage after a newspaper investigation revealed that victims are forced to repay the Government the costs of their […]

FCO to review policy of making forced ...


adoption
Charges for separated parents to use the Child Maintenance Service (CMS) have reached almost £1 million a month, a figure which critics are calling a tax on victims of domestic […]

CMS charges “cruel and callous tax” on ...






fees
A prominent High Court case involving TV presenter Trinny Woodall and her late ex-husband’s creditors has provided a useful insight into the handling of debts following a divorce. Ms Woodall married Johnny Elichaoff […]

Ruling clarifies position on debt post-divorce