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Early Neutral Evaluations in private law children disputes: the way forward?

Sep 29, 2018, 22:04 PM
Early Neutral Evaluations, family law, private law, children
​This article looks at the use of Early Neutral Evaluations (ENEs) in private law children disputes following, what is understood to be, the first ENE in a children case on 11 July 2014. Dispute resolution is well established in the UK legal system.
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This article looks at the use of Early Neutral Evaluations (ENEs) in private law children disputes following, what is understood to be, the first ENE in a children case on 11 July 2014. Dispute resolution is well established in the

Jurisdiction and enforceability of the evaluation

The parties to the evaluation need to agree to submit to it and be bound by its decision in order for the Evaluator to have jurisdiction to determine the issues. In absence of this the decision of the Evaluation cannot be binding. Matters may be more complex where the parties have not yet issued proceedings. It is likely in these circumstances that the evaluator will need to be satisfied that the parties agree that the child is habitually resident in

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