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“If only I could win the lottery” – a phrase we are all familiar with.
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Recent high profile break-ups such as that of singer-songwriter Ariana Grande and comedian and actor Pete Davidson have highlighted the potential complications arising from a broken engagement.
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When marriages or relationships breakdown in cases involving a farming partnership, it is not only the practical and emotional issues that need to be addressed.
 
 
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Over the last few weeks several of the team at Silk Family Law have commented in national and regional media on a range of interesting and topical issues.
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What can a parent do when the other parent handles the children in a different way?  
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The majority of cohabiting couples in England and Wales still believe the myth of “common law marriage” according to a group of high profile national charities and family law organisations.
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The issue of spousal maintenance is often one of great dispute in considering financial issues on divorce.  Questions relating to whether or not one party to the marriage (often the wife) is entitled to claim maintenance - and if so, at what rate and for how long - frequently become a significant area of contention.
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Last week the Supreme Court delivered its much-anticipated judgement in the case of Owens v Owens, ruling that Mrs Tini Owens, cannot divorce her husband Hugh on the basis of his alleged unreasonable behaviour.  Mrs Owens must now wait until 2020 to divorce her husband.
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A Supreme Court ruling that a woman who spent all her lump sum divorce settlement money – some of which was designed to meet her housing needs - cannot claim additional funds from her former husband to cover her rent. The case looks set to re-ignite debate about open-ended maintenance awards.
 
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It may seem far-fetched to suggest that an argument about England winger Raheem Sterling’s performance in the World Cup could set couples on the slippery slope to divorce.   
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