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Chris Walklett, FCAFamily lawyers across the country are grappling with the impacts of the Covid-19 on the process of executing and managing family cases. Hand in hand with the health impacts of...
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James Dove, Harcourt ChambersChristopher Miller, FourteenDavid Sharp, FourteenIf you are unlucky enough to be an orphan, you may be unlucky enough to have no other family member or friend willing or...
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On 1 July 2020, the Supreme Court handed down judgment in the matter of Villiers. The appeal, which was brought by the husband, centered on whether the English court has jurisdiction to make a...
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Villiers v Villiers [2020] UKSC 30 is a highly unusual but important family law case about the respective powers of the Scottish and English courts.The factsMr and Mrs Villiers married in 1994. They...
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Professor Kim Holt, Professor of Family Law Northumbria University/Barrister at Trinity ChambersProfessor Nancy Kelly, Professor of Judgment and Decision Making in Social Work, Northumbria...
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Tourism over the summer months has become the impossible dream. But "tourism" in the sense of where to gain the best outcome for spousal maintenance is here to stay. That is the net effect of the...
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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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