When parents separate, issues in respect of the future arrangements for care of children can be some of the most problematic to resolve. Difficulties in…

Polygraph testing, more commonly referred to as lie detector testing, has become a popular cultural phenomenon particularly due to the significant…

It is the Family Mediators Association Mediation Week this week, and a welcome excuse to sing the praises of the mediation process as a constructive and…

The cohabiting family is the fastest growing family type in England. Despite this, there are still currently no automatic legal rights…

Despite the many reforms in family law, one could argue that the family court remains entrenched in a more old-fashioned way of dealing with matters…

Against a background of severe budgetary restraints for local authorities, it may not come as a surprise that the number of rough sleepers on Britain’s…

This is a meeting carried out by an authorised family mediator, at which the mediator provides information about the principles, process and different models of mediation and the alternative ways to find solutions to your problems…

Jemma Dally, Partner and Head of our Adoption, Surrogacy and Fertility Team, acted for the Respondents to the recent reported Court of Appeal case of…

Recent guidance has been provided to practitioners on the use of hair strand testing in proceedings. Peter Jackson J (as he then was) has handed down…

Since the Government triggered Article 50 in March of this year there has been much speculation about what the UK’s future relationship with the EU will…

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