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Jade Quirke
Jade Quirke
Family Solicitor
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What is your position and what do you do on a day-to-day basis?I am a solicitor heading up our London team. I work on fascinating and often ground-breaking cases involving surrogacy, donor conception,...
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More than 140 children’s organisations have called on political leaders to set out their solutions to the social problems that can leave millions of children ‘scarred for life’,...
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In Autumn 2018, The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane established a working group to identify the scale of the problem of medical expert witness shortages in the family courts, to...
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Despite there being a variety of reasons why someone may choose to represent themselves in the family courts – this decision isn’t an anomaly. Now only 20% of family court cases have both...
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Opposite-sex couples will be able to register civil partnerships in England and Wales from 31 December 2019 after secondary legislation was approved in the House of Lords on 5 November...
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Fraudulent calumny is a mouthful. It is therefore all the more surprising when I hear it come out of the mouths of lay clients when I first speak to them. Three years ago “fraudulent...
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Jenny Bowden, an associate in Stewarts' Divorce and Family team, reviews a recent case in which a judge ruled that a child should move to live with his father instead of his mother following...
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By the time you read this we may have a new government. At the time of writing it’s anyone’s guess what shape it will be, but however things turn out, I’m hopeful – rather than...
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Following the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child on 20 November, the European Parliament has adopted a resolution, assessing the many challenges that children and youth...
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A jury in the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has found a couple guilty of the female genital mutilation (FGM) of their then one year old daughter.The couple pleaded not guilty to one count of carrying...
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