The 21st century has encouraged the use of social media so much so that Facebook has now been acknowledged as a mechanism to be used…

The importance of contact between a child and a separated parent is wholly recognized by the courts. One would expect that…

When many married couples find themselves having fallen out of love and exploring whether they can pursue a divorce, they are told that they will…

Although the UK Courts have no jurisdiction over religious marriages and divorces i.e. Islamic, Jewish or other…

Following ‘So what’s next for Helen?’ Katrin White further explores family legal issues in our occasional series…

A recent study by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown that cohabiting couples represent nearly 18% of the population…

Earlier last year the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) released guidance* on their plans to transform the legal system…

It has now been more than 6 months since the UK voted to leave the EU and, despite the ceaseless speculation…

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…

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