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Giorgia Sessi, Parklane Plowden ChambersHannah Whitehouse, Parklane Plowden ChambersThis article looks at the changes and evolution in the financial remedy court in the wake of the pandemic, and the...
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Olivia Edwards, 18 St John Street ChambersThis article will examine basic principles of forensic substance testing in the Family Courts and consider: What is Forensic drug testing, what types of...
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Damian Woodward-Carlton QC, Barrister, 42 Bedford Row Rachael Claridge, 1 Crown Office RowRe M (A Child – Private Law Children Proceedings – Case Management – Intimate Images)...
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Louise McCallum, Barrister, Parklane Plowden ChambersThis article considers the Family Court’s evolving approach to decisions as to whether to direct fact-finding hearings in private law cases,...
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Beth Armitage, St Philips Chambers'You’re just crazy' 'I never said that. You have a terrible memory'These are just two examples of gaslighting phrases commonly used in cases where a party is...
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Oliver Cyriax, Solicitor (Retired), NATCOn 7 May 2021 the Ministry of Justice announced a change of direction for the Section 8 private law programme. Ministers indicated that the preparation of...
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 A recent decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has addressed the definition of habitual residence for the purposes of divorce jurisdiction under Art 3 of BIIA. It has...
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Jonathan Galbraith, Mathieson ConsultingBeverley Morris, Partner, Lodders LLPThe treatment of pensions on divorce continues to cause debate amongst practitioners. The introduction of the Galbraith...
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IntroductionIslam is now the second largest religion in the United Kingdom, with results from the United Kingdom 2011 Census giving the UK Muslim population in 2011 as 2,516,000, 4.4% of the total...
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Fiona Porter and Shannon Maude consider recent financial remedy proceedings involving a post-nuptial agreement, which confirm the importance of adopting a sensible approach to...
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