Going through separation can be a difficult process for everyone involved, and particularly if there are children in the relationship. Going through the throws of seeing their parents separate can cause children real difficulties in handling emotions. During this time, big changes are happening in their lives, but there are some key things you can […]Read Article
We live in a world enriched with thousands of different cultures, each with its own customs and traditions, some of which are law. We thought we would give you an insight into some of the more unusual and bizarre marriage and divorce laws that exist around the world. 1. Japan In Japan, women have to […]Read Article
Should you use social media during a separation? Social media can be a tricky terrain to navigate, especially whilst going through a difficult time. In some instances, social media can help people find solace, speak with distant friends and relatives and even seek advice. However, social media has also built a reputation in being quite […]Read Article
The introduction of same sex marriages in 2014 saw the number of civil partnerships formed in England and Wales fall by 70%. However, up to that point more than 60,000 civil partnerships had been formed in England and Wales since they became legal back in 2005. Civil partnerships proved to be far more popular than […]Read Article
While the most recent figures from the Office for National Statistics show that divorce rates are at their lowest for 40 years, new research suggests almost 3 million people in the UK are living in a “distressed” relationship. The figures, taken from UK relationship charity Relate’s report, Relationship Distress Monitor, suggest that nearly one in five (18%) […]Read Article
A billionaire Saudi sheikh who has claimed that he is exempt from legally having to pay a divorce settlement or child support had his argument overturned in a case that has been heard in High Court. Bedfordshire residents may be aware that one of the privileges of diplomatic immunity is the dispensation from legal actions. […]Read Article
A case has been brought before the Supreme Court in London that may affect divorce settlements in Bedfordshire and across the United Kingdom. Two women have claimed that the settlements of their divorce were unfair after they discovered that their ex-husbands failed to disclose information regarding their financial situations. This will be the first time […]Read Article
Osborne Morris & Morgan have double the reason to celebrate after winning, not one, but two awards at this year’s SME Bedfordshire Business Awards.
The firm were delighted to receive the ‘Leighton Buzzard Business of the Year’ and also the ‘Training & Development’ award for their continuous commitment to investing in their employees.