The May issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:
- A very big day in court for freedom of speech Louise Tickle
- The 30th anniversary of the Children Act 1989: is it still fit for purpose? Prof Jo Delahunty QC
- Illegitimate claims? Schedule 1 claims for periodical payments by parents of adult children Richard Harrison QC and Millicent Benson
- The Domestic Abuse bill David Burrows
- Muslim marriages: financial remedies Raffia Arshad
- ‘It Takes a Village to Raise a Child’: An overview of co-parenting and same-sex couples Dr Bianca Jackson
- Interim care orders – are they being sought and made on a proper basis or is there a real prospect of a successful challenge at an early stage? Anna McKenna QC and Emily Boardman
- How to approach allegations of coercive and controlling behaviour in private law proceedings Clare Ciborowska
- ‘Grey’, ‘silver’ and ‘platinum’ separators Max Lewis and Beth McMullan
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