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Ashley Wynne, Barrister, No5 Barrister’s ChambersThe misuse of non-disclosure agreements (‘NDAs’) has made media headlines in recent years following a number of high profile...
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Trisan Hyatt, Family Law Barrister, 5 Pump Court ChambersThe article explores the Family Court’s responses and the evidentiary framework which is employed in adjudicating allegations of...
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Sophie Barrett, Family Law SupervisorSupervision, as a reflective practice, is still a relatively new concept to the legal profession. Here, I seek to dispel some common misperceptions in first...
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Catrin Howells, 42 Bedford RowHannah Cox, 42 Bedford Row FDRs are a fundamental pillar of financial remedy proceedings, however, they are strange hearings in many ways and often require a...
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Mary Welstead, Visiting Professor in Family law University of BuckinghamIn June 2023, a custodial sentence was imposed on Ms Foster for procuring a miscarriage of her thirty-four-week-old...
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Graeme Fraser, Partner and Head of Family, BBS LawThis article focuses on relationships falling outside marriage, civil partnership, and cohabitation.Modern living trends evolve from a combination of...
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Toby Craddock, Deans Court ChambersThe acquisition of parental responsibility by an unmarried father is often achieved via registration of the child’s birth. The act of registration is not...
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Rachel Baker, 1 Crown Office RowAnogika Souresh, 1 Crown Office Row This article explores how alcoholism and drug addiction can affect capacity within the framework of the Mental Capacity Act...
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Polly Morgan, Associate Professor, University of East AngliaThis article discusses what level and type of conduct a court may consider to be relevant in financial remedy proceedings using the...
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James Netto, Partner, International Family Law GroupAI-generated images are most certainly on the horizon, but are judges, lawyers and parents alike ready to deal with this fast-moving tech? More to...
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