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The House of Commons Library has published a paper providing brief information in response to some key questions regarding the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on separated families,...
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We are living in strange and challenging times. Covid-19 has drastically changed our role and place within our family, at home and work. We have had to alter our habits and how we use our home and...
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Busy!  It actually has not stopped!  I have envied friends and family who posted on social media of their latest hobbies – whether this is baking, long walks, yoga or watercolours as I...
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Private Client solicitors have widely reported a significant increase in Will-making enquiries during the Covid-19 pandemic. However lockdown measures presented a number of challenges, particularly...
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The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane has announced the commencement of a further consultation on remote and hybrid hearings in the family court.The consultation will run for...
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Love them or hate them, video calls are here to stay so how can we best embrace this new way of working particularly when meeting clients for the first time (virtually) or taking part in...
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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...
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HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has made available new training on the subject of HMCTS Kinly Cloud Video Platform (CVP), which sets out what CVP is, how to access a CVP room through the...
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The Children's Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield, warned that hundreds of thousands of children will return to school in two weeks with the threat of housing eviction hanging over their...
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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,...
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