You keep the house…

The Supreme Court’s ruling in Birch v Birch highlights the cost of rehousing on divorce cases, explains Haze

Religion and the welfare of the child, part 2

A recent case demonstrates the difficult position of the courts where the gulf between the parents’ communities is ‘too wide for the children to bridge’, writes Hanna

Robot lawyers are still a long way away

Users of legal apps must be aware that these are essentially automated McKenzie friends, not trained and regulated solicitors, says Pipp

Is the ex-wife expected to work?

Alec Samuels provides an overview of the principal issues to be considered in maintenanc

Departing from the equal sharing principle

Emily Davies and Richard Hayes discuss the impact of Sharp on the division of assets after a shor

Munby P in bid to get more judges involved in settlement conferences pilot

President of family division renews ‘full support’ for less adversaria

Rape as a tool of war

Sexual violence against women is no longer seen as just a by-product of conflict, yet there is still more to be done to ensure perpetrators of rape are brought to justice, writes Hilar