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(Family Division, Keehan J, 3 October 2019)Private law children – Parental alienation – Child arrangement order – Best interestsThe Family Division held that it was in the best...
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The Family Justice system is now subject to fundamental and far-reaching change with both public and private law consultations underway with regards to Children law with a clear emphasis on private...
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(Court of Appeal, Moylan and Peter Jackson LJJ, 17 October 2019)Abduction – Committal proceedings – Legal representationThe Court of Appeal set aside the committal order as the mother had...
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(Court of Appeal, King, Moylan and Leggatt LJJ, 9 October 2019)Financial remedies – Disposition order – Best interestsThe Court of Appeal allowed the appeal in part. The court held that...
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For many of our disabled or vulnerable clients, engaging in sexual activity after injury can be a challenge.  Some of our clients have lost confidence or do not feel able to actively engage in a...
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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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