Our articles are written by experts in their field and include barristers, solicitors, judges, mediators, academics and professionals from a range of related disciplines. Family Law provides a platform for debate for all the important topics, from divorce and care proceedings to transparency and access to justice. If you would like to contribute please email editor@familylaw.co.uk.
Spotlight
A day in the life Of...
Kara Swift
Kara Swift
Associate
Read on
Card image
The government has published guidance designed to assist people planning to get married or form a civil partnership in England, and venues that host such ceremonies, to prepare for small ceremonies,...
Card image
Much has been written about the case of Barder v Calouori [1988] AC 20 (“Barder”) in the initial stages of the COVID-19 lockdown. It was held out as the means by which maybe, just maybe,...
Card image
The family courts remain open in the midst of this pandemic and as a divorce lawyer, I therefore continue to grapple with the question of how the asset pot should be divided fairly and in accordance...
Card image
In spite of media speculation to the contrary, a national survey commissioned by divorce financing company Ampla Finance, and carried out by YouGov, has revealed that 34% of British adults would be...
Card image
The government is seeking views on proposed changes to the Adoption and Children (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Regulations 2020.These regulations were introduced to provide local authorities and...
Card image
Following the publication of the HCCH COVID-19 Toolkit, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Convention has prepared a Toolkit for the effective application of the 1980 Child Abduction Convention in...
Card image
Resolution has issued guidance for litigants in person on remote hearings in the Family Court, designed to help litigants through the court process....
Card image
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) has announced that it has published two new protocols setting out its approach to returning to in-person work with children and...
Card image
Since 4 July small weddings have had the ‘go ahead’ to start again. Whilst this is great news for some, for many couples the notion of a socially distanced wedding has simply led to...
Card image
The number of children needing foster care has risen by 44% during the coronavirus pandemic while the number of people looking to become foster parents plummeted by nearly half compared to the same...
Show
10
Results
Go to page of 8