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Collaborative Practice: divorce without the blame-game

Tracey Smith Posted by Tracey Smith, Managing Partner and Head of Family Law

Collaborative Practice: divorce without the blame-game

The current law says, unless you have been separated for 2 years with consent, or 5 years without, you have to divorce on the grounds of adultery or behaviour. Divorce is rarely straight-forward, but having to show fault can increase the conflict between a couple and make it more difficult to agree on child and financial arrangements.

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Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 Success for Mowbray Woodwards

Results of the annual rankings by Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 of the best law firms and lawyers across the UK have been announced.

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Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 Success for Mowbray Woodwards

Mowbray Woodwards hosts ‘first of its kind’ conference

In October 2018 Mowbray Woodwards hosted a 'first of its kind' conference bringing together leading practitioners and experts in the field of offender management.

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Mowbray Woodwards hosts ‘first of its kind’ conference

Mowbray Woodwards Appoints New Head of Commercial Property

Janette Woodland joins as Associate and Head of Commercial Property.

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Mowbray Woodwards Appoints New Head of Commercial Property

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Case Studies

Drink Driving – Not Guilty

Posted by Charles Cronin, Solicitor, Motoring & Criminal Law

Motoring expert Charles Cronin reveals how a Christmas 'designated driver' could have been found guilty of drink driving - and how a foolish prank could have ended in tragedy.

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Indecent Images Cases in the News – Spring 2018

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor and Higher Rights Advocate, reviews recent sexual offence cases.

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Criminal law for those who lack capacity

Posted by Matthew Graham, Partner & Head of Criminal Law & Mental Health

These are some examples of cases where a defendant has lacked capacity.

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