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Louisa Gothard
Louisa Gothard
Senior Solicitor, Head of Family Law
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Amy Sanders
Amy Sanders LLB (University of Wales, Cardiff) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in London for several years before moving to a large regional firm in Devon, where she specialised in a range of public and private children matters.
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Amy Sanders LLB (University of Wales, Cardiff) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in London for several years before moving to a large regional firm in Devon, where she specialised in a range of public and private children matters.
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In a  nutshell:The President of the Family Division has produced his 16th View from the President’s Chambers entitled ‘Children and vulnerable witnesses – where are we?’,  released in conjunction with...
A letter from Cafcass has been circulated today (5 January 2017) with a view to clarifying best practice arrangements where referral to a Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programme (DVPP) is intended....
Clockwise from top left: Newly published The Modern Judge (the perfect stocking filler); Brexit and the Supreme Court; Family Court Practice 2016 hot off the press; Family Law does the Bristol Legal...
On 20 October, the Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre hosted another informative evening event open to the public. This time the focus was on ‘Mothers in recurrent care proceedings: how do we...
The case of Lancashire County Council v M and Others [2016] EWFC 9 would appear like any other judgment within public law proceedings. Once you start to actually read it however, it quickly becomes...
We've made it through May, with its unpredictable weather systems, a peppering of guidance and some headline-hitting cases. It's been a busy one for us behind the scenes, too. We're already conference...
The Ethics Committee of the Bar Council has revised their guidance regarding evidence obtained illegally in civil and family proceedings to assist on occasions where counsel has to advise in cases...
Lord Justice Briggs published his interim report regarding reform of the Civil Court structure on 12 January 2016. Since the report was released Lord Briggs has been travelling both home and abroad to...
In a nutshell:Changes have been made to the Family Procedure Rules to create a new Part 39, regarding attachment of earning orders, and a new Part 40 relating to charging orders, stop orders and stop...
News has broken today that as of Monday 21 March 2016 the fee for a divorce application will have risen significantly.The provision which will make the fee increase official is the Civil Proceedings,...
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