Money is well known to be a common cause of stress within a relationship but, according to a recent survey by the Money Advice Service, many couples are far from honest with their partner about their finances.
The largest family justice reforms for a generation came into effect on 22nd April this year, the Government has announced.
Although there has been more emphasis put on ex-spouses to provide for themselves financially following a divorce, a recent study has found that settlements made by the family courts in England and Wales are one of the most generous in the world.
A new arbitration scheme has been launched to enable family disputes to be resolved without going through a formal court process.
Forcing someone to marry will become a criminal offence in England and Wales, the Prime Minister has confirmed.
Mr Justice Ryder’s report into the modernisation of Family Justice has now been published.
The Government has published draft legislation to implement its proposed changes to the family justice system following David Norgrove’s Family Justice Review.
The Family Justice Board has published details of the actions the Board and its partners will take to achieve the Government's vision of a family justice system that supports the delivery of the best possible outcomes for all children who come into contact with it.
The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (TCCR) and Family Action are launching an innovative new “More than Mothering” programme to support couples as they resolve relationship issues that can affect their ability to parent their children effectively.
The Ministry of Justice has published statistics on the type and volume of cases that were received and processed through the court system of England and Wales in the fourth quarter of 2012 (October to December).
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has recently published data and an analysis on the state of the country’s National Well-being.