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The Department for Work and Pensions has recently published the results of research conducted into the barriers preventing long-term separated parents from putting a child maintenance arrangement in place.


A new study by researchers at the University of Missouri’s College of Human Environmental Sciences has looked at the nature of relationships between former stepparents and stepchildren.


Divorcing couples in England and Wales are to receive new guidelines explaining how their property and income is likely to be distributed by the courts as a result of their divorce, the Government has announced.


The long-running divorce dispute between the Aga Khan and his wife appears to have finally been resolved, ten years after proceedings first began, reports the Telegraph.


A wealthy businessman from California has been sentenced to a lengthy prison term after being found guilty of hiding assets and declaring bankruptcy in an attempt to avoid paying child maintenance and financial support to his family, reports the Daily Mail.


Greece has become the 16th country to sign up to EU rules that allow international couples to select which country's law applies to their divorce or legal separation.


Raising the risk of divorce

Posted by on in Family Law and Divorce

Divorce has been the subject of many different research projects throughout the world, with researchers trying to gain a greater understanding of what factors, characteristics or situations might lead to one couple having a higher risk of divorce than another.


The subject of divorce has been in the spotlight in a number of different countries recently, with British newspapers reporting on several new or unusual trends in relationships and divorce from around the world.


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