Zoe Bloom and Hed Amitai examine potential pitfalls for international families and protective measures including nuptial agreements ‘To start divorce proceedings in England and Wales it is only necessary to show habitual residence here. This means that couples moving to England […] are fully exposed to family law in this jurisdiction.’ International mobility is now …
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- Agbaje v Akinnoye-Agbaje (Rev 1)  UKSC 13;  EWCA Civ 1
- Marinos v Marinos  EWHC 2047 (Fam)
- Munro v Munro  EWHC 3315 (Fam)
- Re LC (Reunite: international child abduction centre intervening)  UKSC 1
- Schmidt v Rosewood Trust Ltd  UKPC 26;  WTLR 565;  WTLR 887
- Thomas v Thomas  EWCA Civ 51