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New Act will slow divorce proceedings

SOLICITORS Family Law Association (SFLA) chairman David Salter is warning that the end of quick divorces in England and Wales will cause international clients to “forum shop”, or seek divorce abroad. The Family Law Act, due to come into force next Spring, replaces the existing fault-based divorce laws with “no fault” provisions, which require couples […]

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PROFESSIONAL footballers should be prosecuted for assaulting opponents, according to Judge Richard Benson. Judge Benson, sitting in Nottingham Crown Court, sentenced a 49-year-old amateur footballer to two year’s probation and fined him u300 for causing actual bodily harm to an opposing player by headbutting him during a match. Benson said: “Paolo di Canio pushed over […]

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