On 3 March 2021, Divide Buy contacted many of their Customers to inform them that they had been targeted in a data breach attack, which has left customer’s personal data exposed. They have sent a further email to all their Customers on the 19 March 2021 in relation to the results of their investigation into the data breach.
In the UK today, cohabiting couples are quickly becoming the fastest growing family group and in times when we have seen a gradual but continuing decline in married couples.
Increasingly over the last year we have seen a rise in client enquiries which relate to unmarried couples and what legal protection is available to them upon their cohabitation and any subsequent separation.
With Valentine’s day fast approaching, this year will be very different with Covid-19 and national restrictions making planning your valentine’s Day that little bit harder. Despite this, many people will still be planning on proposing to their partner.
The pandemic has had a huge impact on the wedding industry. Whilst the wedding venues have been unable to proceed with most weddings booked due to restrictions imposed by the Government, which has included a limit on the number of guests who can attend a function or full lockdown, it has been a devastating time for couples as they have been unable to have their big day as planned.
The situation has been made more distressing for couples who have been refused a refund of any advance payment or deposit paid for the hire of the Wedding Venue.