The Home Office’s new “early ILR concession”
No one, anywhere, has any idea which direction the property market is going to go in 2019 but if you ask Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, his worst case scenario is that a post Brexit UK, with no deal, it could see prices fall by 35% over three years.
Debates around how we process divorce are currently active in both England and the UAE – but that may be where the similarities end. Michael Rowlands explores some of the differences in this blog.
For a marriage to be valid in English law, a civil registry marriage has to be performed. This gives married couples rights which non-married couples generally do not have. In addition, upon divorce, married couples can make applications to the court for financial claims for themselves and their children. A number of those opting for a religious ceremony choose not to complement it with a civil ceremony, leaving them in a vulnerable position legally on separation.
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