Rebecca Hick quoted in the Financial Times06 Oct 2021 // In the press
Solicitor, Rebecca Hick discusses an increase in divorcing expats coming to London to settle claims post-Brexit, in the Financial Times.
Solicitor, Rebecca Hick has been quoted in the Financial Times discussing an increase in the number of divorcing English expatriates who are turning to London’s family courts to settle costly maintenance claims following a change in rules brought by Britain’s departure from the EU.
"It is still early days, but now the floodgates may have opened, we expect to see a rise in maintenance claims being brought in our courts from British citizens living abroad seeking to benefit from the more generous approach to maintenance in England and Wales generally.”
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