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The Manx government has embarked on a consultation for ‘no fault’ divorce legislation. The Bill is based on the UK's Bill Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill....
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(Court of Appeal, Underhill VP, Peter Jackson and Newey LJJ, 14 November 2019)Public law children – Findings of fact – Care ordersThe Court of Appeal allowed the appeal, holding that the...
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(Court of Appeal, King, Henderson and Moylan LJJ, 18 November 2019)Public law children – Care order – Judge granting local authority’s application to withdraw aunt’s...
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(Family Court, Knowles J, 27 June 2019)Public law children – Family subjected to search at airport – Children taken into police protection – Care order The Family Court held that the...
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Mental health and wellbeing is becoming increasingly important, not only within daily life but in family law cases. A family breakdown and/or disagreements between parents as to the arrangements for...
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(Family Division, Mostyn J, 14 November 2019)Private law children – Child arrangement order – Relocation The Court of Appeal dismissed the mother’s application for permission to...
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(Court of Appeal, Moylan, Peter Jackson and Arnold LJJ, 15 November 2019)Jurisdiction – Wrongful retention – Habitual residenceThe Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal.For comprehensive,...
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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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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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The number of children in England identified by councils as having been abused for reasons associated with witchcraft have risen by a third in the past three years, the Local Government Association...
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