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Paula Tanner

Paula Tanner LLB (University of Wales, Swansea) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in Swansea where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.
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Paula Tanner LLB (University of Wales, Swansea) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in Swansea where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.
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Recent cases have shown an increasing dissatisfaction amongst the judiciary with non-compliance with court orders. The President of the family division, Sir James Munby, has been particularly...
Readers of Family Law will recall that the President’s 12th ‘View from the President’s Chambers’, published on 4 June 2014, introduced two working groups; the Children and Vulnerable...
Practitioners cannot help but be aware of the issues in the family law arena post-LASPO, and there have been a recent spate of cases where the lack of funding available in the family courts has...
The President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, has today handed down judgment in Re R (A Child) [2014] EWCA Civ 1625 in which he has taken the opportunity to address what he refers...
On 16 October 2014 Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division, handed down his second judgment in the post-Cheshire West case Re X and Others (Deprivation of Liberty) (No 2) [2014] EWCOP...
The President of the Family Division has today announced that the presumption of parental involvement at section 11 of the Children and Families Act 2014 (which inserts new sections 1(2)A, 1(2)B, 1(6)...
The President of the Family Division’s judgment in Rapsidara v Colladon [2014] EWFC 35 indicates that, within a year, there will be fewer than 20 courts in which divorces can be...
The dust is only just starting to settle following the April 2014 changes in the family law arena, but now two reports have been published dealing with further changes to family proceedings....
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