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Andrew Bainham, Emeritus Reader in Family Law and Policy, University of CambridgeFamily disputes over funerals are surprisingly common. The author considers who in the family is legally entitled...
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Jack Barber, Deans Court ChambersThis article considers the issues that arise when people who are found to lack capacity to manage their tenancy agreements are unable to comply with those agreements,...
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Mary Welstead, Visiting Professor in Family law UniversityThe judgment of the Honourable Mr Justice MacDonald, in January 2023, may be of interest to young people throughout the jurisdiction who...
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Reagan Persaud, Barrister, Spire BarristersCare proceedings can often involve children making allegations. Applications for these children to give evidence are becoming more common. But when should I...
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The number of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) receiving support from councils has reached a record high, new figures published today reveal.Councils...
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His Majesty The King has approved the appointment of four Lord Justices of Appeal.His Majesty The King has been pleased to approve the appointments of Mr Justice Jeremy Baker, Mr Justice Cobb, Mr...
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The Family Law Awards brings the family law community together for its biggest night of the year, celebrating excellence, networking and recognising its vital contribution to society.Places are...
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Seven men have been convicted for committing child sex abuse offences against two young girls in Rotherham during the 2000s.The CPS prosecuted Mohammed Amar, 42, Mohammed Siyab, 44, Yasser Ajaib, 39,...
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The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory has published a briefing paper to prompt discussion and reflection about how artificial intelligence (AI) could potentially improve experiences for families and...
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Kerry Cockayne, Barrister, St Mary’s ChambersThe 29th April 2024 sees the coming into force of the Family Procedure (Amendment No. 2) Rules 2023 dated 30th November 2023.  One of its aims...
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