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(Court of Appeal, King and Peter Jackson LJJ, 18 November 2019)Public law children – Care order – Interim separation.The Court of Appeal allowed the appeal, holding that the...
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(Court of Appeal, Floyd, Baker and Green LJJ, 21 November 2019)Public law children – Secure accommodation order – Deprivation of liberty.The Court of Appeal allowed the appeal against the...
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Six hundred family lawyers enjoyed a sparkling evening at the ninth annual Family Law Awards last night at the Ballroom South Bank in London.Finalists, sponsors and guests celebrated the...
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(Family Division, Cobb J, 20 November 2019)Marriage – Transgender applicant – Application for declaration of valid marriageThe Family Division held that it did not have the power to make...
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(Family Division, Hayden J, 7 June 2019)Public law children – Findings of fact – Care ordersThe Family Division concluded that it was likely that the child’s mother had caused the...
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Samantha Woodham and Harry Gates, 4 Paper BuildingsWhat would the family lawyer do, presented with a blank piece of paper and tasked with the design of a new roadmap for resolving financial and...
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Judith Crisp, District JudgeProfessor Rosemary Hunter, Kent Law School, University of KentWhilst it is common to consider domestic abuse in proceedings concerning children, little thought is given to...
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Natalie O'Shea, Professional Support Lawyer, Withers LLP‘We are talking about protecting the future of the farm, Tony, the thing we have worked for all our lives…it concerns the whole...
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 Jacqueline Marks, Coram ChambersThis article explores through the lens of a psychodynamic framework how we, as family lawyers, relate to our clients. By using an analogy of the solicitor/client...
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Patrick J Gilmore, Deans Court ChambersPatrick compares the two leading cases involving aspects of gender dysphoria. In doing so Patrick reviews how the Family Court have developed in line with...
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