Family Law

The Removal of Conduct as a ground for Divorce

The government have decided to remove the concept of fault from Divorce. After this reform one or both parties will only need to tell the court that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. Either party can give notice to the court or both together. If one gives notice then the [...]

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Equitable or Beneficial Ownership of Property

Campions are Property, Divorce, Wills Solicitors based in Pride Park in Derby and with a Head Office at Mansfield Road, Nottingham. This blog is prepared by Campions to highlight one facet of property law. That is that there are two aspects of property ownership. The first is the legal ownership. [...]

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New Campions Solicitors Derby Office Pride Park

We are opening our new office at 21 Brunell Parkway, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8HR on the 8th of April 2019. This will replace our existing office at Marble Hall. We shall now be open for 5 days a week. Our opening times each week of the day are 9am-1pm [...]

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Owens v Owens a Case on Divorce decided by The Supreme Court on the 25th July 2018

This is a case on grounds for Divorce and is extremely unusual. The Brief Facts The facts very briefly are that Mrs. Owens wishes to divorce Mr. Owens. The parties separated in February 2015 and have not since lived together. Mrs. Owens issued a divorce petition in May 2015 on the [...]

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Mills and Mills – A Case on Spousal Maintenance Decided by The Supreme Court

The UK Supreme Court has decided an important case in relation to spousal maintenance and this is the case of Mills and Mills. The Judgement has been given on the 18th of July 2018 the matter having been heard on the 6th of June 2018. The facts are that the [...]

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Heterosexual Civil Partnerships: A judgement by the Supreme Court

Since 2005 same sex couples have been able to enter into Civil Partnerships with each other. That right was given by the Civil Partnerships Act 2004. Then since 2014 same sex couples have been given the right to marry. However heterosexual couples have only the right to marry and not [...]

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Consent Orders in Divorce Proceedings

It is always best if Divorce Settlements can be reached by agreement between the parties whether it is done between themselves or through the assistance of Mediators or Solicitors. However what you should consider is whether you should obtain a Consent Order. This has to be obtained in the course [...]

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The future of Civil Legal Aid- Domestic Violence

Legal Aid is incredibly important. In line with the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), our criminal justice system enables citizens to feel both protection and redress from acts of violence. Article 6 of the ECHR specifically addresses the right to a fair hearing. A fair hearing constitutes equality between [...]

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