The ‘blame game’ continues

The Law in England and Wales stipulates that there is only one ‘ground’ for divorce – the irretrievable breakdown of a marriage. This can be based on one of five ‘facts’. The petitioner can rely on adultery, behaviour, desertion, or separation after two years with consent of the respondent or separation after five years where

Please Sir may I have some more?

The Supreme Court has granted a former husband’s appeal in the case of Mills v Mills.  This case focussed on cross applications to vary a spousal maintenance order made in 2002 when Mr and Mrs Mills divorced. Mr and Mrs had been married for around 15 years and following their divorce they were able to