Family Law: Press Cuttings

  1. Rise of the 'body clock divorce' as couples fall out over children

    In this Daily Mail feature Holly Tootill comments on the recent statistics that'One in ten break-ups now thought to involve a wife who believes her years of fertility are running out'

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  2. Top judge hands divorcee £3.5m despite husband arguing it should be less as ex-wife lives with another man

    Family lawyer Holly Tootill discusses divorce with The Telegraph 'Women who move in with other men after getting divorced are still entitled to a share of their ex-husband's wealth, the UK's most senior family judge has ruled'. 

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  3. American socialite Sheila Rosenblum sues husband for millions in High Court battle

    American socialite Sheila Rosenblum sues husband for millions in High Court battle

    Holly Tootill comments on the complications of an international divorce in The Telegraph. Holly states that there can be a length of time between obtaining an order and translating that into money for the spouse. The full article is on the link below. 

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  4. The bad habits which end marriages, according to a law firm

    The bad habits which end marriages, according to a law firm

    Family Law expert Gianna Lissiecki-Cunane talks to the Independent about the rise of bad habits being cited as a reason for divorce. 

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  5. Digital divorces are now just a click away: Couples to split up using laptops or mobiles in 2017

    Digital divorces are now just a click away: Couples to split up using laptops or mobiles in 2017

    Holly Tootill discusses the latest family law trends in the Daily Mail. Holly comments on the proposal that 2017 will be the year of the 'digital divorce'. Read the full article online. 

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  6. Girl power: In just 15 months more than 7,000 same-sex couples have tied the knot - including 1,500 MORE lesbian couples than gay men.

    Girl power: In just 15 months more than 7,000 same-sex couples have tied the knot - including 1,500 MORE lesbian couples than gay men.

    Gianna Lisiecki-Cunane, a family lawyer her at JMW Solicitors, spoke to the Daily Mail about the latest ONS figures.

    The figures appeared to suggest that gay women shared the preference of their heterosexual counterparts for the security and stability of marriage. However, Gianna suggested taht, ‘Given that married couples must wait a year before they can divorce and the first same-sex marriages only took place in March last year, it is reasonable to assume that we might detect a similar pattern amongst gay married women in the future.’

    You can read the full article below. 

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  7. JMW Reports Woman More Pragmatic Than Men About Admitting Adultery

    Gianna Lisiecki-Cunane, an associate in family law at JMW featured in The Telegraph on Saturday 11th October 2014. The feature includes findings from JMW that even though neither men nor women want to be seen as the ones responsible for a marriage breaking down, wives are more likely to admit being unfaithful. The full article can be viewed online here.

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  8. Money worries put a bigger strain on relationships than an AFFAIR, according to study into the nation's happiness

    Money worries put a bigger strain on relationships than an AFFAIR, according to study into the nation's happiness

    Gianna Lisiecki-Cunane, family lawyer discussed the recent findings from the ONS with the Daily Mail that suggested more people have money concerns than worry about affairs. Gianna, amongst other things, said this is unsurprising: 'There are couples who find a partner's infidelity to be an easier pill to swallow than the possibility of having to untangle and divide assets which might been built up over a number of years. 'The majority of divorces involve at least some concerns about money. 

     

    The full article is can be read here.  

    Following the Daily Mail article above, both The Telegraph and The Times featured commentary from Gianna. Pick up your copy of the paper on Friday 13th Feb and turn to page 27 in The Times. 

     

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  9. Money worries put a bigger strain on relationships than an AFFAIR, according to study into the nation's happiness

    Money worries put a bigger strain on relationships than an AFFAIR, according to study into the nation's happiness

    Gianna Lisiecki-Cunane, family lawyer discussed the recent findings from the ONS with the Daily Mail that suggested more people have money concerns than worry about affairs. Gianna, amongst other things, said this is unsurprising: 'There are couples who find a partner's infidelity to be an easier pill to swallow than the possibility of having to untangle and divide assets which might been built up over a number of years. 'The majority of divorces involve at least some concerns about money. 

    Following the Daily Mail article above, both The Telegraph and The Times featured commentary from Gianna. Pick up your copy of the paper on Friday 13th Feb and turn to page 27 in The Times. 

     

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  10. JMW Reports Woman More Pragmatic Than Men About Admitting Adultery

    Gianna Lisiecki-Cunane, an associate in family law at JMW featured in The Telegraph on Saturday 11th October 2014. The feature includes findings from JMW that even though neither men nor women want to be seen as the ones responsible for a marriage breaking down, wives are more likely to admit being unfaithful. The full article can be viewed online here.

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