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Amy Royce-Greensill
Amy Royce-Greensill, BA Juris (University College, Oxford University) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in London where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.
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Amy Royce-Greensill, BA Juris (University College, Oxford University) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in London where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.
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February 2017 has seen family law hit the headlines once again. Our current divorce laws were the focus of the Court of Appeal as it heard the case of Mrs Owens, whose divorce petition had been...
In a nutshell:The Law Commission has published a report containing recommendations for the reform of the law regarding enforcement of family financial orders (nb. it does not cover enforcement of any...
Tis the season to be merry … As family practitioners around the country gear up for Christmas, with the inevitable last minute rush, we thought we’d provide you with this handy guide to the latest...
The Supreme Court is set to hear a landmark appeal today (Monday, 12 December) which specialist will dispute lawyers say could change the law for adult children seeking to challenge their parent’s...
In a nutshell:There are amendments to the FPR 2010 for two types of application:Set aside of financial remedy orders; andDeclarations of parentage.When:3 October 2016.The Statutes and Statutory...
In the month that Britain (or 52% of Britain) made the historic (and controversial*) decision to leave the EU, what has happened in family law?Supreme Court strikes out appeal in Re D (A Child) [2016]...
The Family Justice Council has today (1 July 2016) released its long-awaited Guidance on ‘Financial Needs’ on Divorce.This follows the Law Commission consultation on Matrimonial Property, Needs and...
The Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre held a session on 26 May 2016 to provide more information to court staff and Personal Support Unit volunteers about domestic abuse. The packed court heard...
The Office of National Statistics has released a bulletin analysing marriage statistics for the year 2013.There is a decline in people getting marriedIn England and Wales there was a decrease in the...
We’ve been bracing ourselves for a deluge of FPR changes, guidance, draft standard orders and the like this month, in the run up to year end.  There’s been a bit, but nowhere near a deluge, a few bits...
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