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The Victims' Commissioner, Dame Vera Baird QC, has published a report entitled Sowing the Seeds: Children's experience of domestic abuse and criminality. The report explores the overlap...
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HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has updated its daily operational summary on courts and tribunals operations during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The 7 April 2020 summary provides that...
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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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HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has published a summary of family business priorities previously agreed with the President of the Family Division during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic....
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The government has provided advice for legal aid providers setting out what the Legal Aid Agency is putting in place to help them continue to provide service for their clients during the coronavirus...
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The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary has published the third version of The Remote Access Family Court....
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Priti Patel has told the Mail on Sunday that the government was aware that the strict isolation rules had left people trapped in abusive domestic situations that they wished to leave. She...
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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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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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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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