The breakdown of a marriage abroad can have dire consequences and highlights the need for expatriates to plan their move abroad carefully, writes Alexandra Tribe
The Government is now recognising the need for new laws on divorce to catch up with the 21st century, writes Nicholas Fairbank
The Daga v Daga case is a salutary warning to all gold-digger spouses with mercenary intentions that there is no obligation for wealthy families to pay off departing spouses.
Brexit may bring with it ‘big and painful’ changes to the UK’s charitable sector, but all is not lost, writes Colin Senez
Directors are worried that they could end up in the docks, writes Neil Swift