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HNW Divorce Magazine - Issue 2 - Community Comes FirstDate: 24/04/2020 Type: Community Magazine Topic: FIRE | Enforcement | Offshore | HNW Divorce | ADR | Children | Client Perspective | Finances | Modern Family |
Author: ThoughtLeaders4 HNW Divorce
We are delighted to bring you the Community Comes First edition of the HNW Divorce Magazine, where you will get the latest insights from all professionals whose practice encompasses or touches upon the HNW Divorce community.
Should Children be Moving between their Parents’ Homes during the Coronavirus?Date: 24/04/2020 Type: Articles Topic: HNW Divorce | Modern Family |
Author: Samantha Woodham - The Divorce Surgery
Living through the Coronavirus creates a heightened sense of stress and anxiety for us all. Decisions that used to require no thought at all are now, for many of us, very fraught: Should I go to the supermarket? How should I take my daily exercise? Do we have enough food this week? How can I support my elderly relatives? It is an extremely challenging time.
Couples to be able to ‘Tie the Knot’ over ZoomDate: 20/04/2020 Type: Articles Topic: HNW Divorce | Modern Family |
Author: Michael Allum
That is to be the position in New York after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on 18 April 2020 that he had signed an Executive Order allowing New Yorkers to obtain marriage licences remotely and authorising clerks to perform ceremonies via video conference.
The Heartbreak of Grandparents during CoronavirusDate: 20/04/2020 Type: Articles Topic: HNW Divorce | Modern Family |
Author: Vanessa Lloyd Platt - Lloyd Platt & Co
The media has been at great pains to emphasize the huge surge in cases of domestic abuse during the course of the Coronavirus lockdown. In some areas there has been reported some 400 cases over the lockdown period which has lasted a month. Translated across the country and in fact the world, the case numbers are ever growing.
Trustees and Divorce: Navigating Stormy WatersDate: 13/04/2020 Type: Articles Topic: Finances |
Author: Jonathan Arr, Elizabeth Doherty & Ed Parry Smith - Macfarlanes
Debt, death and divorce: often grimly cited as the estate agent’s best friends, they are also three main harbingers of trust litigation. The last of these can be particularly troublesome for trustees, who can find themselves in a difficult position when a beneficiary (or beneficiaries) of a discretionary trust divorce, especially when it is taking place in the English courts