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Mediation is widely promoted by responsible family lawyers and increasingly so by the judiciary.  In the 2020 case of Re B (A Child)...
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The Ministry of Justice of the UAE have confirmed a significant decision to permit the enforcement of decisions made in the Courts of...
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Dealing with international parental child abduction is a highly specialist and complex area. It can, in summary, occur in one of two...
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Many parents of 'tweenagers' may be unsure what to do about childcare over the holiday period and may also be under pressure from their...
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The Women & Equalities Committee is urging the government to act to introduce 15 year old recommendations aimed at protecting certain...
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Another article highlighting the pension blindness that pervades some divorces, and risks leaving many, particularly divorced wives, in...
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Following the welcome and long-awaited Domestic Abuse Act 2021, victims of domestic abuse are now afforded additional support and...
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"a disgraceful example of how financial remedy proceedings should not be conducted".  Another case where a well-known family judge has...
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Another warning in the press about pensions being overlooked in divorce scenarios, with a reported 35% decrease in pension sharing orders...
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Much as I would like to believe that the recent change bringing in no fault divorce would be a factor in parties considering a divorce in...
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Within just two days the US Supreme Court has handed down two seismic decisions which alters the fabric of US society: New York State...
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The president of the family division has issued further guidance on the use of fact-finding hearings in children proceedings. A fact...