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02 JUL 2018

Publication alert: Family Law July 2018

Publication alert: Family Law July 2018
The July issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:

  • Care crisis: FDAC Sir James Munby 
  • Applying for exceptional case funding Katy Watts and Rosemary Hunter
  • Pre-marital agreements: Versteegh Henry Hood
  • The View from the Bar Rob George 
  • Private family law reform Lady Hale 
  • What is family law? – securing social justice for children and young people Sir James Munby 
  • Care crisis review Sir Andrew McFarlane
  • Financial remedy update: Summer 2018 Grant Howell, Martin Loxley and Andrew Newbury
  • Surrogacy Update 2015–2018: the dominoes have fallen: Part 2 Mary Welstead 
  • Court of Protection update: Summer 2018 Her Honour Nasreen Pearce and District Judge Sue Jackson 
  • Vulnerable clients and the family justice system Part 2: Do the courts respect diversity through disability or unfairly judge it when it comes to parenthood?Professor Jo Delahunty QC
  • Setting aside an order: the service process: Wilmot v Maughan Ashley Murray
  • Setting aside executory orders: a terrible fate for Thwaite? Michael Horton
  • The strange arithmetic of deferred charges Melanie Craig
  • The without prejudice rule in family proceedings David Burrows
  • Local authority update: Summer 2018: adoptive placements and withdrawal of proceedings Emma Kendall
  • Practice Guidance: Standard children and other orders Sir James Munby
  • Mending the MIAMs process Philippa Johnson and Neil Robinson
  • A fresh approach towards nuptial agreements? Jo Edwards, Amanda Sandys and Jamie Gaw
  • Reporting restrictions and accountability in the family courts Lucy Reed
  • Rights to grandparents Tony Roe
  • For richer and forever: is spousal maintenance a meal ticket for life? Malvina Peci

Family Law is the title of reference and record in the field of family law since 1970 and is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidances, in-depth case analysis and topical articles.

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