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Edward Bennett
Edward Bennett
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Prompted by the helpful commentary by my colleague Megan Bennie which you can read here, as well as a number of enquiries via the iFLG website over the last week or so, I have been considering the...
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Following the government announcing restrictions for staying at home and away from others to help manage the coronavirus crisis, further details have been published about the...
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Rachael Williams and Lucy-Allena Mcllroy, Irwin MitchellReview of the current position regarding the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975 and comparing the Act to the changes and...
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I last physically appeared in court on the 17th March 2020. I travelled 4 hours to spend a morning in court. I went on three trains and stayed overnight in advance. I was twitchy about doing this, but...
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For many of us, home is a place of safety in times of difficulty, stress and uncertainty. But for those who experience domestic violence, home is often a place of violence, danger and fear. According...
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Michelle Burley, St Johns BuildingsAn article designed to provide a whistle stop tour of the law and procedure surrounding interim applications for maintenance pending suit (MPS) and Legal Services...
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Judith Masson, Professor of Socio-legal Studies, University of BristolThis article discusses findings from a major study of reforms to care proceedings, introduced by the Children and Families Act...
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Sam Prout, New Court ChambersThis article aims to provide a route map for common disclosure issues that arise in family proceedings concerning children. It considers whether (if and when) one party...
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Natalie Cross, St Ives ChambersThis article considers vulnerable witnesses involved in care proceedings. It provides an overview of the applicable law and rules. Specifically, the article looks at...
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The Government’s quarantine diktat of 23 March 2020 specifically allows children under 18 to be moved between parents’ homes.  This is welcome clarification.  We learn from the...
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