This article published by the Guardian on 4 January 2017 explores an interesting and overdue potential development…

It is set out in the Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984 that ‘if any party to any proceedings in the family court…

Parents of transgender children fear their ex-partners will sue them for custody of their children after the high court ruled that a seven year….

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Exciting paralegal opportunity at our busy central London law firm operating in all aspects of family law…

The role of the Children’s Guardian is to safeguard and promote the welfare of children involved in family court proceedings…

Legal aid was first enshrined in British law in statute namely the Legal Aid and Advice Act 1949. The primary objective was to provide…

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Thomas Brownrigg and Jemma O’Neill , lawyers in Goodman Ray’s Family and Matrimonial team travelled to Parliament today…

Jemma O’Neill, a family lawyer from Goodman Ray Solicitors, travelled to Parliament today to meet with MP Alan Johnson…

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