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The vast majority of couples looking to dissolve a marriage do so by the divorce process, but there are other methods of ending a marriage...
Herefordshire Council v AB [2018] EWFC 10 is a judgment handed down earlier this year regarding two cases which were described...
Sir James Munby issued practice guidance: Case Management and Mediation of International Child Abduction Proceedings on the 13th of March 2018...
Domestic abuse may not always be in a physical form. A victim may not recognise that coercive behaviour has taken place as any specific incident...
The average cost of a marital breakdown is £14,500 and counting, a new report conducted by Aviva's Family Finances has found...
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...