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What is your position and what do you do on a day-to-day basis?As head of probate disputes at Boyes Turner LLP, I do not have a typical day. My days can vary from meeting with clients and taking...
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Laws governing the release of court material to non-parties in civil cases post Cape Intermediate are clear, but has the decision moved transparency laws forward for family...
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What is your position and what do you do on a day-to-day basis?I’m a Senior Solicitor at Stowe Family Law in Manchester dealing with complex divorce, financial and children disputes. How...
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Divorce reform was long-campaigned for, and long-awaited. Earlier this year, supporters of law change believed the waiting game was over, and that the campaign had been won. The previous government,...
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The suspension of Parliament this week leaves a significant body of unfinished business yet to make it through the halls of Westminster, including the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, which...
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16 September 2019

Stephen Cretney: a tribute
Rebecca Probert pays tribute to Stephen CretneyStephen Cretney was an inspirational teacher and mentor, a meticulous and erudite scholar, and a true and kind friend. Born in Oxfordshire in 1936, he...
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The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, speaking on Friday 13 September at the opening of eight new female genital mutilation (FGM) support clinics, has called for...
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The Office for National Statistics have recently published a survey looking into trends in living arrangements this month and it included some interesting results...The number of same-sex couple...
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(Court of Appeal, Floyd, Moylan and Jackson LJJ, 14 August 2019)Public law children – Mother appealed against fact-finding hearing on basis of new evidence.The Court of Appeal considered that...
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(Court of Appeal, King, Moylan and Rose LJJ, 21 August 2019)Financial remedies – Disclosure of documents – Quantification of non-disclosed resources.The Court of Appeal dismissed the...
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