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Beth Tarleton, Senior Lecturer, University of BristolNadine Tilbury, Policy Officer for the Working Together with Parents Network (wtpn.co.uk) Over recent years, the term ‘substituted...
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Innocent people who have suffered miscarriages of justice, personal harm or injury are among those who will benefit from upcoming changes to legal aid means testing coming into effect this...
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Roger Isaacs, Milsted Langdon AccountantsIn this article, Roger Isaacs, an experienced forensic accountant and mediator, shares tips on the efficient use of accountancy experts in Family Financial...
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The Children’s Commissioner has written a blog called "Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children: record numbers arriving once again in Kent".She says: "My unique responsibility as Children’s...
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Caroline Bowden, Consultant/Mediator, Anthony Gold SolicitorsA Rebooted Part 3 in force on 29 April 2024 The Part 3 rules have been reworked to make sure non-court dispute resolution ('NCDR') options...
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The Lady Chief Justice, with the concurrence of the Lord Chancellor, has announced the appointment of two Family Presiding Judges.Mr Justice MacDonald has been appointed for a period of four years,...
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The Family Mediation Voucher Scheme provides funding to help families navigate the complexities of separation, giving them the opportunity to settle issues around childcare and finances outside of...
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Kirsty Richards, Director and Head of Family, National Legal ServiceWhat do perpetrators of domestic abuse look like? To truly make progress in helping victims of domestic abuse we need to understand...
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Dr Bianca Jackson, Family law barrister, Coram ChambersThis is Part 1 of a three-part article exploring the possible legal difficulties for schools and colleges that adopt the Department for...
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Women’s Aid, alongside 57 sector colleagues, have issued an urgent letter to the Government highlighting the deepening recruitment and retention crisis within the sector, calling for an...
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