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The Royal family and divorce: In recent weeks the Royal family has been rocked by the news that Peter and Autumn Phillips were to divorce after 12 years of marriage followed up by the announcement that David Armstrong-Jones, the 2nd Earl of Snowdon and the eldest son of Princess Margaret, is to part ways with his wife of 26 years, Serena, the Countess of Snowdon.

As we know, it’s nothing new – on average 42% of marriages end in divorce in England and Wales but is a Royal divorce any different from the ones we deal with every day?

Solicitor, Gabrielle Read-Thomas (wannabe Royal Correspondent) from the Stowe Family Law office in Altrincham joins us on the blog to explain how a royal divorce differs from a commoner one…

Read the full article here:Stowe Family Law

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