If you are reading this article you are either thinking about separation, you have separated and are wondering what to do next, or you may be looking to help and support a friend, family member or colleague deal with a separation. Separation is a stressful time. No matter your circumstances, here are some practical tips for separation which will hopefully assist you taking the next steps.
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In what has been a tumultuous week the Government has at long last published its White Paper on what a future relationship with the EU would look like. The long-awaited White Paper is aimed at ensuring trade co-operation, with no hard border for Northern Ireland, and global trade deals for the UK.
Congratulations to Tom Daley and his husband, Dustan Lance Black on the birth of their son, Robert Ray. Robert Ray was born on 27 June, via a surrogate. The news of the birth prompted us here on the family law team to think about how notions of parenthood are changing, with assisted reproduction methods widening the scope of family law.
Summer is here. There is an official heatwave. The roads are melting and so, if you were to believe them, are some employees. What does employment law say about working in rising temperatures? Surprisingly little is the answer.
The 4th of July is well known as the date the United States of America celebrates Independence Day. But what about Interdependence Day? On the 5th July 2006, the first official day of full time work took place at B Lab, a non-profit organisation that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good, and International Interdependence Day was founded.