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The Family Procedure Rule Committee (FPRC) has announced a stakeholder consultation on making the general enforcement application procedure (for the enforcement of family financial orders) more...
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The government has announced an overhaul of how the Family Court deals with domestic abuse to provide greater protection to survivors of domestic abuse.Proposed reforms include: • more...
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It is often said that marriage and alcohol do not mix.I write this at a time when everyone appears to have a fascination with what others are drinking and when I say what, I mean how much.Alcoholism...
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An increasing number of couples have more than one marriage ceremony – one legal and one non-legal.  Perhaps they have a civil ceremony before jetting off to an exotic location for their...
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The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill (session 2019-2021) received royal assent on 25 June 2020 as the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020....
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The scale of domestic abuse has increased during the COVID-19 lockdown period. Whilst an increase was predicted by experts in this field and echoed in the media, there is a no surprise that the...
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Supreme Court case which determined that the Article 8 rights of two siblings of young children in children’s hearings in Scotland had not been breached by them not being afforded relevant...
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The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory (NFJO) has recently published a rapid consultation on the use of remote hearings in family law cases during the Covid 19 pandemic.The NFJO was asked by the...
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Obtaining a Child Arrangements Order is one thing, it being complied with is another. So, what do you do when the court order isn’t being adhered to?If matters cannot be resolved through direct...
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At long last. After the initial lodgement of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill by the Rt Hon Robert Buckland QC MP in June 2019 this Bill is to be known as the Divorce, Dissolution and...
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