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Earlier this year the Court of Appeal considered an ongoing case to determine the validity of an Islamic marriage ceremony (Nikah). The consequences of this decision related to how it applied to the rights that follow if an individual is legally married to pursue financial claims such as orders relating to spousal maintenance, property orders, lump sum orders and orders sharing pension assets.

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The government has been called upon to take action to save criminal legal aid. It is your legal right to have a solicitor present when the police formally question you whether under arrest or not. At Garratts we do hold a legal aid contract and we will be able to attend the station to represent you. This will be FREE of charge in ALL cases.

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For many couples who are separating they are often faced with the difficult decision about whether to start a divorce based on the fault of their partner by alleging ‘unreasonable behaviour’ or ‘adultery’ or waiting until they have been separated two or even five years . Sometimes that can make a big difference about how relationships continue in the future. Over the next few months the law relating to divorce will change as legislation passes through parliament moving to a no fault system. These changes will also apply to Civil Partnership.

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