Marriage in UK Law
G v G (Minors: Custody Appeal)
......Both had been married before, and both had suffered the misfortune of losing their former spouses by death. Their marriage to each other was interrupted by several periods of separation, followed by reconciliations, and they were eventually divorced in 1983. Both had ......
Gosling v Gosling
......There are no children of the marriage now living. In 1947 the husband left the wife, and there has since been no cohabitation between the parties. Since that date the husband has lived in ......
Gissing v Gissing
....... . 28 In a great many cases, perhaps in the vast majority, no consideration will have been given by the parties to the marriage to the question of beneficial ownership of the matrimonial home at the time that it is being acquired. If on the evidence that appears to have been ......
Pettitt v Pettitt
......Various questions have arisen, generally after the break-up of a marriage. Sometimes both spouses have contributed in money to the purchase of a house: sometimes the contribution of one spouse has been otherwise than in ......
B (Children) (Care Proceedings: Standard of Proof) (CAFCASS intervening)
......Their parents are Mr and Mrs B, who began their relationship in 1996 and married in 1999. Mrs B has two children by her previous marriage, a 16 year old girl, R, and a 17 year old boy, S. They all lived together until April 2006, when Mr B left the family home, although he later visited ......
Chikwamba v Secretary of State for the Home Department
......The marriage was in September 2002. No one has suggested that this was a marriage of convenience or other than a genuine consequence of the attachment that had ......
- Miller v Miller (Short Marriage: Clean break)
Ghaidan v Godin-Mendoza
......But marriage is not essential for this purpose. A person who was living with the original tenant 'as his or her wife or husband' is treated as the spouse of the ......
B (A Child)
...... 7 M is the victim of grave misfortune. Her life has been hugely dysfunctional. In 1975, when she was aged four, the marriage of her parents broke down and, with her sisters, she moved to live with her grandparents. Several years after her mother's marriage to Mr E in 1977, ......
Chief Constable of the North Wales Police v Evans
......, I find difficulty in applying the language of "void" and "voidable" (appropriate enough in situations of contract or of alleged nullity of marriage) to administrative decisions which give rise to practical and legal consequences which cannot be reversed. Under pressure, which I have considered to ......
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