In Derhalli v Derhalli  unexpected developments in the housing market pending sale of the FMH could not change the fundamentals of an already-agreed consent order.
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ND (by her litigation friend KW) v GD  EWFC 53 saw the court – in circumstances of a party’s declining health – assess the appropriateness of a clean break, the factors to taken into account when assessing needs, and the source of the family wealth.
It is important when getting divorced, or when dissolving a civil partnership, to consider the financial issues that arise out of the separation such as (a) what will happen to any house, or investments, you and your spouse or civil partner own (b) how should any pensions be divided between you and (c) what financial support will be provided going forward.
Resolution's Finance Update offers you a review of significant changes and developments that have occurred over the last year.
Universal credit has been on the cards for what seems like years now, but its malign effects are starting to show up in cases. Anita Mehta looks at this for The Review.
In this podcast, Tom Farrell and Mike Caffyn discuss what makes family law a distinctive and compelling area to work in for financial advisers, and how getting Resolution's specialist accreditation can help develop your career.
If you and your partner are married or in a civil partnership and can't agree on how to split property and sort out your finances you can apply to the courts (known as issuing proceedings).
The committee works to educate and inform the membership - and on occasion the wider public - on tax, pensions and financial remedies.
Resolution's written evidence to the Economic Affairs Committee on the implications of abolishing the retail price index.