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No Fault Divorce – What you need to take into consideration and know

At long last, the new ‘’No fault’’ divorce will come into law on the 6th April 2022. What you need to know about the new procedure:   The divorce can no longer be contested by the Respondent in the proceedings. The existing grounds established on the 5 facts are being replaced with a singular requirement …

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Inheritance Tax -v- Divorce Settlement

Sismey v Salandron: Can a claim under the Inheritance Act supersede divorce settlements?

Can a claim under the Inheritance Act supersede divorce settlements? The Court has considered for the first time, whether the terms of a divorce settlement can be enforced as against a claim for reasonable provision under section 11 of the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 (“the Act”). The case of Sismey v …

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