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(Family Division, Cobb J, 5 September 2019)Medical treatment – Vulnerable adult – Local authority issuing application under the court’s inherent jurisdiction with a view to obtaining...
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Press reports of Boris Johnson and his partner arguing days before moving into No. 10 together has raised questions about the longevity of their cohabitation. However, with the...
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(HHJ Moradifar, Family Division, 15 August 2019)Jurisdiction – Divorce in Poland – Maintenance payments ordered by Polish courts – Application to Polish court for enforcement –...
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(Theis J, Family Division, 5 March 2019)Public law children – Adoption – Application to revoke adoption order.The Family Division held that the adoption order had been disproportionate for...
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(Theis J, Family Division, 25 February 2019 and 6 March 2019)Reporting restrictions – Committal application – Hyperlink to judgment – Video recording of judgment being read –...
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(Theis J, Family Division, 14 March 2019)Private law children – Relationship breakdown – Change of child’s surname – Contact with child.The Family Division found that it would...
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I noticed in the news last week that the Scottish Government has published new legislation that aims to amend the law relating to children north of the border. I thought it would be instructive to see...
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A husband who failed to disclose all of his assets has failed in his appeal to set aside an order.Mr Moher appealed a financial remedy order made in May 2018 on the grounds that he should not have to...
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The proposed legislation covering divorce and domestic abuse were stopped in the early hours of this morning as parliament was closed for five weeks. They may return in the next parliament if they are...
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10 September 2019

Broken bonds
On 4 September in Westminster, grandparents and family professionals gathered together for Broken Bonds, a grandparent’s action day.The event explored the plight of grandchildren estranged from...
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