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The Court of Appeal has held that the court has power to order an early neutral evaluation (ENE) by a judge even where one or more parties do not consent to that course. There was no reason to imply...
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The focus of this case is whether the confinement of a young person aged 16-17 years-old, found not to be Gillick (Gillick v West Norfolk and Wisbech AHA House of Lords [1986]) competent,...
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A recent survey by financial service provider, Responsible Life, found that more than 28% of retirees plan to leave their assets to beneficiaries other than their immediate family. Those hoping for...
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The number of parents self-referring directly to child contact centres has drastically risen in the last ten years, according to new figures released by the National Association of Child Contact...
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... and it falls to the Independent Administrator to pro-actively steer the beneficiaries towards a resolution, whilst maintaining their position of neutrality.But when might an Independent...
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For many of you, the ‘Register our Marriage’ campaign that family lawyer Aina Khan started in 2014 won't be unfamiliar. Despite every effort being made to move this campaign forward, it...
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16 October 2019

Obituary: Sir Clive Callman
Rachel Ellison pays tribute to Sir Clive Callman, who will be greatly missed by his family and the family law community.‘It is the memory that we leave in the hearts of those we loved, that is...
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16 October 2019

Women in the law, arise
IntroductionHaving spent more than 45 years in practice as a barrister mainly in family law and much of that in divorce financial remedy cases, the author has witnessed at first hand in that time the...
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We recently saw the High Court decide that a transgender man who gave birth with the help of fertility treatment cannot be legally registered as the father (or parent) of his child. The case has also...
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The NHS commissioners for South East London were forced to apologise recently after it emerged that the organisation’s IVF treatment access policy said single women should not be given funding...
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