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The settlement of financial remedy claims always involves some risk for clients, requiring a degree of speculation as to how their financial position will develop. However, in times of great financial...
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The UK has left the EU and is now going through a transitionary period. This is due to last until December 2020 and may be extended however nobody knows for sure yet.Brussels IIa Regulation (dealing...
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Where a client owns or plans on owning a property jointly with someone else, there are a number of things that should be considered. Perhaps a client and his or her partner have brought or intend to...
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The Government’s quarantine diktat of 23 March 2020 specifically allows children under 18 to be moved between parents’ homes.  This is welcome clarification.  We learn from the...
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Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice, released new guidance on COVID-19, which is "intended to be followed with immediate effect by all levels of the...
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The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary have released the following guidance:'During the current Coronavirus Crisis some parents whose children are the subject of Child Arrangements Orders made by the...
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For many of us, home is a place of safety in times of difficulty, stress and uncertainty. But for those who experience domestic violence, home is often a place of violence, danger and fear. According...
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I’m pleased to say that family mediators are still working across England and Wales, adapting to the current Coronavirus situation, with many using video conferencing as a substitute for...
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Prompted by the helpful commentary by my colleague Megan Bennie which you can read here, as well as a number of enquiries via the iFLG website over the last week or so, I have been considering the...
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Following the government announcing restrictions for staying at home and away from others to help manage the coronavirus crisis, further details have been published about the...
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