There are lots of people we can bring into family matters that will add value and help the solicitor along the way; and potentially save the client time and money. To discuss the topic of Read More
In 2023, ‘Neurodiversity’ is a vastly used ‘buzz word’. One internet search will bring up thousands of results and resources. This can leave people feeling overwhelmed with information. In this confusing tangle of information, how can Read More
In this National Fertility Awareness Week (30 Oct – 5 Nov 2023) Connie Atkinson, partner in the Family & Divorce team at law firm Kingsley Napley LLP, discusses the challenges of ‘trying to conceive’ that she has experienced first Read More
At the start of November, the government will host the first global summit on artificial intelligence (AI), with a focus on the safe use of AI. The AI Safety Summit will be at Bletchley Park, Read More
A survivor of domestic abuse from Northampton is appealing to the public to support her new “life-saving” alert system by signing an online petition. Eve Mason, aged 37, was a victim of stalking by her abusive Read More
To try and better manage the rising numbers (27% increase) of private children law applications and cope with understaffing, the family courts in London have reintroduced prioritisation protocols used during the pandemic. Private children law proceedings Read More
Choosing a solicitor is one of the most important decisions an individual can make – but do people really spend enough time to find the right firm? In many cases, legal services are required at a Read More
You may have seen the news about the separation of Achraf Hakimi, professional football player for the Moroccan national team and Paris Saint-Germain with a net worth of around $24 million, and his wife, Hiba Abouk, Read More
The US and UK have committed to developing and funding new capabilities to stop the spread of sexually exploitative AI-generated images of children. The UK and US have united to combat the rise of child Read More
The Telegraph has posted an interesting article on financial/economic abuse, and how to recognise when you are in such a relationship. In England & Wales, such behaviour can result in criminal prosecutions. Under the Read More
In July, Nicole Jacobs, the Domestic Abuse Commissioner, released her report on the need for change in the way domestic abuse is understood and dealt with in the Family Court system, entitled “The Family Court Read More
Every year in the UK, around 280,000 children see their parents separate. How those separations happen will affect the rest of those children’s lives. The negative effects of poorly handled divorce and separation on children Read More
The case of CG v DL would have been a “paradigm case for equality” but for the issue of post separation endeavour and whether the wife should share in the husband’s business going forwards. Read More
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