Vicki Mclynn

Once Bitten, Twice Shy: Marriage, Uncertainty and the Divorce Deterrent

Vicki McLynn | Posted 27.05.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Vicki McLynn

Every day, I am confronted with individuals whose lives are shifting - from being single to becoming a spouse, from married life through divorce and for parents seeing their children every day to a more infrequent basis.

That's I.T! Workplace Technology as the 'Third Party' in Divorce

Vicki McLynn | Posted 19.04.2014 | UK Tech
Vicki McLynn

We now possess the ability to manage different aspects of our lives from mobile devices no bigger than the palms of our hands. We can bank, buy, stay in touch with relatives and friends on the other side of the world, and even record our favourite TV programmes while on the move.

Parental Child Abduction: A Hope for the Holidays

Vicki McLynn | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Vicki McLynn

The forthcoming holiday season provides an opportunity for families to spend time together. Sadly, it can also exacerbate tensions which may result in them breaking apart. Such division can have long-lasting consequences for the adults involved and for any children.

When the 'International Divorce Race' Goes the Extra Mile

Claire Reid | Posted 09.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Claire Reid

With countries and the citizens living in them having become more connected, it shouldn't come as any great surprise to learn that the law has too. Sadly, the global flavour of law becomes apparent when families founded on different nationalities break apart.

The Private Life of the Modern British Pensioner

Vicki McLynn | Posted 06.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Vicki McLynn

It seems that those of us yet to reach the age when we can start to draw our pension form wildly different perceptions of those above the age of 65... However, it appears that those somewhat traditional and hackneyed views of senior citizens could be nothing like the way they consider themselves.

Middle Age and New Beginnings

Vicki McLynn | Posted 27.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Vicki McLynn

It transpires that the middle-aged - women between 55 and 59 and men over 60 - show the greatest rate of increase of marriage for any demographic group. In a way, we should not be surprised at the level of relationship tectonics experienced by people over the age of 50.

Innocents Abroad: The Rise of Cross-Border Child Abduction by Parents

Vicki McLynn | Posted 01.07.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Vicki McLynn

The number of international family disputes requiring the involvement of UK courts has almost quadrupled in the space of only four years, according to a report published by one of this country's most senior judges.

BoJo, billionaires and 'divorce tourism'

Fiona Wood | Posted 20.01.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Fiona Wood

The proportion of foreign cases being heard in London remains high, even if there is evidence that the kind of settlements being awarded are slightly less generous than they were in previous years.