Civil Partnership concept challenge and found to be discriminatory
4th February 2020
Many couples argued that they found the concept of marriage old fashioned and outdated in these modern times. Some also argued that the Civil Partnership law was discriminatory as only same-sex couples could enjoy that relationship. That law was challenged and
We would like to thank our client who sent this to Raanan Berlad, Berlad Graham’s Family Law expert, as a thank you for his great work and support he’s shown during her case
3rd October 2017
We would like to thank our client who sent this to Raanan Berlad, Berlad Graham's Family Law expert, as a thank you for his great work and support he's shown during her case. The greatest pleasure Berlad Graham gets is when a client indicates to us that we’ve provide great service to them.
The risk of Cohabiting
5th September 2017
Unmarried couples in the UK are defined as cohabitants. It is estimated by the Office National Statistics (2011) that 2.
Are you “Stellar” and should you retain more of your money in a divorce?
20th December 2016
It's Christmas and I know I should be shopping for presents and thinking about Christmas lunch but for a Family Solicitor exciting things are happening in court.For example…The press have just reported the case of Randy Work and Mandy Gray whereby the multi-millionaire Mr Work was ordered to hand over half his fortune to his wife.
2nd December 2016
Many of us are beginning to think of Christmas, all those presents to buy, the food to organise and the excitement of the day. As a Family Lawyer, I know from experience that not everyone will be looking forward to Christmas as this is the time a lot of couples think about ending their relationship.
What price for peace of mind?
28th September 2016
The writer of a recent article I've read pointed out that as we are all living longer the tendency is for us to marry or enter into civil partnerships more than once and indeed marry in our more mature years. It suggested that we all wanted the security of marriage to avoid any difficulties, with, for example a partner being excluded from our bedside by our next of kin if taken into hospital.
A snap-shot of Berlad Graham Family Law Conference in conjunction with IBC and Ruth Dayan Law firm
25th May 2016
18th May 2016
As an Expert in Family law, I come across many issues facing families, one such issue hit the headlines again, this time with a parent challenging his right to take his child out of school during term time for a holiday. Schools take the view that any disruption to the child’s education will have a detrimental effect and should be discouraged.
Being ‘less than honest’ could cost you significantly
23rd March 2016
Once again the Courts are taking a hard line with spouses who are less than honest when disclosing financial information during Divorce.The latest case to hit the headlines is of DIY entrepreneur James Goddard-Watts, founder of Screwfix.
From the love of horses to the love of law
15th March 2016
Anyone who knows me will know that I have a passion for horses.From an early age I was drawn to their strength , kindness and beauty.