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The Family Law Awards 2022 is now open for entries! You can enter here.The Family Law Awards brings the family law community together for its biggest night of the year, celebrating excellence,...
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The June issue of Family Law sees the launch of ‘The Brief’ from 4PB; an in-depth monthly Financial Remedies Update telling you everything you need to know across case law, changes to...
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The Permanent Bureau of the HCCH has published an Information Note in reference to children deprived of their family environment due to the armed conflict in Ukraine, examining cross-border...
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The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) and the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman (LGSCO) have released new guidance to tackle common and repeated mistakes seen in the aftercare...
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The case of Randhawa v Randhawa (Divorce: Decree Absolute, Set Aside, Forgery) [2022] EWFC B7 which came before HHJ Moradifar is most definitely an interesting case, and whilst the facts of this case...
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Welcome to ‘The Brief’ from 4PB. Each month, we will provide an update of case law, changes to legislation, and outline any new rules in relation to financial remedies procedure. In this...
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SummaryA recent decision of the CJEU has addressed the definition of habitual residence for divorce jurisdiction under Art 3 of BIIA.  It confirms the interpretation hitherto held in England that...
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(Family Court, Peel J, 22 March 2022) Financial remedies – Division of assets – Pre- and post-marital agreements – Family wealth – Inheritance – Summary of general...
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(Court of Appeal (Civil Division), Sir Andrew McFarlane, President, Peter Jackson and Nicola Davies LJJ, 25 March 2022)Care proceedings – Adequacy of a judgment leading to the making of a...
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