Divorcing couples prefer to point the finger of blame

Fault free divorces are now possible Majority of divorce applicants still prefer to point the finger of blame Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which came into force on 6th April 2022, provides that divorcing couples no longer have to assign blame for the breakup of their marriage. Couples can apply jointly stating that theContinue reading “Divorcing couples prefer to point the finger of blame”

Eborn Legal Review w/c 19th September 2022

Punishing protestors – Should freedom of speech be cancelled at a time of mourning? Queen’s funeral estimated 4 billion audience – most watched event in broadcast history Thousands made pilgrimage to pay respect and proclaim the new King Protestors – including those who oppose the monarchy – arrested Concerns expressed about loss of freedom ofContinue reading “Eborn Legal Review w/c 19th September 2022”

Did you see Andrew Eborn on Talk TV?

  ANDREW EBORN – RIGHTING WRONGS GET IN TOUCH Andrew believes that there are many injustices which do not get the media attention they deserve, or indeed desperately need the oxygen of publicity for their cause.  This is where Andrew hopes to help.  By focusing on the injustice and assisting to promote, Andrew is keenContinue reading “Did you see Andrew Eborn on Talk TV?”

Royal transition from Elizabeth II – Charles III – what is the law?

  The King Never Dies Accession Council officially announces new Monarch Oath to maintain and preserve the Church of Scotland Televised for the first time Common law rule – Rex nunquam moritur meaning “The King never dies”. Accordingly, Charles automatically became King upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Act of Settlement 1701 ensuresContinue reading “Royal transition from Elizabeth II – Charles III – what is the law?”