Introduction – Lord Roos Divorces His Wife In England, before 1857, there was no statute for a man to divorce his wife through a court order. After 1857, the Matrimonial Causes Act gave courts the power to pass judgments for divorce. But about 200 years before that, in 1666, a man known as Lord Roos, […]
Introduction Recently, a murder-suicide incident in High Point, North Carolina, has highlighted the dangers of staying in an abusive marriage. Divorce may be difficult and painful, but it is preferable to staying in an abusive marriage. Abuse in abusive marriages can take many forms, including physical abuse, emotional and verbal abuse, sexual abuse, technological abuse, […]
Divorce is stressful for children You may already know this, but divorce can be very stressful for children. The divorce process requires children to try and understand the changes in their life and routine and, truth be told, they may not always respond to stress and change well. Children often bear the brunt of divorce, […]
Note: This article was prepared by our legal associate Cik Faten Nuradilla Jamil. We would like to thank her for her time and effort. Executing the will of the testator Here’s a situation (for non-muslims): Someone close to you passes away. This means his estates are frozen. You are aware that he had executed a […]
What’s the role of a trustee in family law? In this article we dive into the role of a trustee, and how they can benefit families. Read more to find out about settlors, trusts, trustees and other exciting stuff like that.