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Breaking Up Advice for Unmarried Couples

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It’s January and, as usual, the media have brought out the annual stories about the first working Monday of the year seeing lawyers instructed in record-breaking numbers as relationships fall apart over the Christmas break. Maybe it’s time for...

Mediation: is the system working?

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According to National Family Mediation, less than 40% of couples went to a mediation information and assessment meeting in 2016 before making an application to a court for orders about children. This is concerning, bearing in mind the fact that it has been...

Brexit and Family Law

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When we think about Brexit, issues such as immigration and trade may be the first that come to mind. Yet as the picture becomes clearer, there is a growing realisation that Brexit is going to have an impact on most fields of law, including family. ...

Little bundles of joy

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The Courts have been playing up again over document bundles in family proceedings. For the uninitiated, applicants for orders have to file a bundle of the relevant papers for every hearing. This is because Court files are always in such a mess that it would...