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November 19, 2019 - Anglo-Australian-Caribbean Decision

Ms Helena Donohoe was involved in a reported High Court case in London involving a jurisdiction contest for Divorce, Financial Remedy and Children Act proceedings in competing jurisdictions of Australia, St Lucia and England. One of the main issues before the High Court was the Wife’s application for leave to amend her divorce petition from

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August 23, 2017 - Talaq Divorce

No More Talaq divorce in India  On 22 August 2017, after 3 months of deliberation, the Indian Supreme Court by a majority of 3:2 has ruled the practice of “Triple Talaq” to be void and unconstitutional. Triple Talaq is a practice under Islamic Law which allows a Muslim man to divorce his wife legally by

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March 9, 2017 - Brexit…what it means for you.

From a legal perspective and regardless of one’s viewpoint concerning the merits, Brexit is undoubtedly the biggest ground-breaking development in British law for the last 50 – 75 years. It will impact on every single area, from competition and commercial law to employment and family law matters. Brexit will impact hugely on both domestic and

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