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
This happens more than any of us would like to admit. Clients come in all types and whilst we strive to be empathetic, professional, and deliver excellent service, it must also be acknowledged that sometimes Read More
Whether forming part of an investment portfolio, or collected as a hobby, in the right market, cryptoassets represent significant stores of value. With nearly one in ten British adults now owning some form of cryptoasset, Read More
Part two of this two-part article will look at whether the current law around cohabitation is fit for purpose and explore proposed reforms. Part one assessed the myth of “common law marriage” and the current Read More
Although parental alienation was first recognised by Wallerstein and Kelly in 1976, the concept gained controversy when Gardner suggested that parental alienation is actually a mental condition suffered by children who had been alienated by their Read More
Part one of this two-part article will assess the myth of “common law marriage” and the current rights available for separating couples. Look out for part two where the current law’s fitness for purpose Read More
Since 1993 Derek Parsons, a solicitor at RWK Goodman, has specialised in Child Abduction work and joins this latest Todays’ Family Lawyer podcast to discuss his experience. Derek explores the reasons why children can become removed Read More
There are many boutique specialist family firms out there, and many successful ones at that. As a junior family lawyer this can be very appealing. But for me, I have always worked in a multi-practice Read More
A new large-scale study has revealed the positive impact of the Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDAC) versus standard care proceedings under the Children and Families Act 2014. FDAC aims to address the problems which led Read More
The summer holidays, for any parent, is an annual event that requires the three Ps – Planning, Preparation and Patience! For separated parents, this can apply even more when trying to negotiate and agree the time Read More
Sir Nicholas Mostyn has officially said goodbye to the Bench with last Friday marking his final day in the courtroom. The esteemed High Court judge – who recently turned 66 and has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s – Read More
UK family law that provides judges with such wide discretion when dividing assets on divorce has been a perennial bone of contention in legal circles. The laws were challenged again recently by Mr Justice Mostyn, Read More
The Today’s Family Lawyer podcast welcomes Nicola Rushton, Senior Associate at Forbes Solicitors in Lancashire, to discuss costs in financial remedy proceedings with host David Opie. For Nicola, current costs rules don’t provide Read More
The LawTech Delivery Panel (an industry-led and government backed group to promote legal technology) defines LawTech as: “broadly, technologies which aim to support, supplement or replace traditional methods for delivering legal services, or transactions; or Read More
The Italian government has begun stripping same-sex parents of their legal connection to their children, according to LGBTQ Nation. After receiving a letter informing her that she would be removed from her daughters birth certificate, Read More
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