The ‘Corbygeddon’ effect

The upsurge in wealthy clients seeking advice on moving money abroad means a greater appetite for legal advice on wealth protection in a matrimonial context, says Pipp

Divorce after Owens: no-fault and online

Modern technology and a high-profile divorce case have triggered long-overdue changes in divorce law and process, explains Nicol

Domestic abuse victims’ voices to be heard

Domestic abuse survivors have been asked by government for their experiences of how the family court protects them and their children in private famil

The only way is up

Following a disappointing performance by divorce centres, Pippa Allsop assesses the potential of the online divorc

And the winner is...

Alan Larkin has had enough of legal awards, or mayb

Family lawyers voice concerns over domestic violence review

Two family law solicitors have co-ordinated a letter, signed by 37 experts, challenging the extent of the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) recent decision to review how the family courts deal wit

MoJ shines a light on child protection

The Ministry of Justice has launched a three-month inquiry into child protection in family courts after more than 120 MPs called for a review on behalf of victims of domesti