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The Legal Landscape: FAQs with Barbara Johnson-Stern

Divorce and family law are areas that, as witnessed by the team at Cordell & Cordell, still suffer from significant stereotypical views of men. This historical mindset continues to play a substantial role in the outcome of family and divorce proceedings. The catalyst behind the work of the entire team at Cordell & Cordell is

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Cordell & Cordell Partner Inspires in Latest Daily Mail Feature

Cordell & Cordell partner Barbara Johnson-Stern has been in the spotlight in a recent article showcasing how female lawyers are battling to fight for the fair legal representation of men. Barbara Johnson-Stern is featured in the article, The Men-Only Divorce Club, as part of The Daily Mail’s Monday women’s supplement, ‘Inspire’.

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Cordell & Cordell Provides Comment in The Sunday Times

Cordell & Cordell is delighted to offer comment in a recent Sunday Times article exploring a key issue relating to divorced men and the law. Cordell & Cordell CEO Scott Trout was featured in this week’s Sunday Times (12th February) commenting on legislation relating to a case involving an increase in ongoing maintenance payments.

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Cordell & Cordell Solicitor Interviewed By Resolution

Resolution, an organisation of 6,500 family lawyers and other professions in England and Wales, who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters, recently interviewed Cordell & Cordell solicitor Karim Assaad for its August issue of The Review about Cordell & Cordell’s launch in the United Kingdom. In the interview, Mr. Assaad explained

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The Telegraph Interviews Cordell & Cordell Solicitors

The Telegraph recently interviewed Cordell & Cordell divorce solicitors in an article highlighting the firm’s commitment to representing men and fathers in divorce. The story explained how laws in the UK affirming the equal rights of both parents have replaced outdated statutes such as the Tender Years doctrine, but attitudes still lag behind. Separated and divorced

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