Tips from one Trailing Spouse to another

  As technology becomes more advanced, and flying becomes so much more accessible, the world in turn becomes smaller. More people are looking overseas to progress their careers, and expand their horizons. According to the Office of National Statistics, in 2016 alone 336,000 British nationals relocated overseas. I was one of those 336,000 British nationals…

Muslim marriage in england

Muslim marriage in England

The ‘Register our marriage’ campaign, founded by Aina Khan aims to highlight the importance of registering a Muslim marriage in England. Contrary to belief within Muslim communities in England, Muslim marriages that take place in England are not recognised as a valid marriage under the laws of England and Wales, unless they are registered in…

What am I entitled to on divorce?

Most separating couples are understandably concerned about what they are entitled to on divorce. This article aims to set out the applicable law and process used to reach a financial settlement. To a greater or lesser degree, most marriages involve some level of financial interdependence. One of the objectives on divorce is to unravel the…

International family lawyers

Alexandra Tribe is made IAFL Fellow

Expatriate Law proud to announce that Alexandra Tribe has been made a Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers. IAFL is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the most experienced and skilled family law specialists in their respective countries. IAFL was formed in 1986 as the International Academy of…