Practice Notes: Family

Rich pickings

In the penultimate part of his series, Richard Phillips considers judicious outsourcin

02 Aug 2006

Courting publicity

Government plans to boost confidence in family courts rely on more resources and the questionable premise that the press is interested in ordinary cases, J

21 Jul 2006

DEBATE Carter: how will it affect your practice?

Lawyers from across the whole spectrum of the profession examine the ramifications of Lord Carter’

21 Jul 2006

DEBATE Carter: how will it affect your practice?

Lawyers from across the whole spectrum of the profession examine the ramifications of Lord Carter’

21 Jul 2006

Family case briefing

The court in K v K has adopted a welcome, modern approach to the impact of cohabitation on a husband’s liability to maintain his ex-wife, says Jan

14 Jul 2006

Cost control

Cost orders against third parties are becoming more widely available, as Daniel Kid

30 Jun 2006

Be prepared

Law firms need to get into training to tackle the changes facing the profession. Andrew Towle

23 Jun 2006

Living together

Cohabitation: Joanne Edwards sets out the arguments for and against reform, following the Law Commission’s recen

23 Jun 2006

Share alike

After Miller, it is increasingly critical to get share valuation right, says Anne-Mari

09 Jun 2006

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