For the kids: A divorce from Brussels

Julian Hawkhead explains how to make Brexit an amicable divorce

£500m divorce and separation market primed for financial advisers

‘It’s very rare I see a case where financial input isn’t needed at some stage’

Lord Chancellor urged to reform family law

No-fault divorce a key campaign objective, say family lawyers

De-linking of divorce from ‘money’ to be rolled out nationally

Successful pilot paves way for new approach to proceedings

Engendering confidence in the child maintenance system

The current ‘paper tiger’ maintenance scheme has been criticised by Mr Justice Mostyn for failing to support vulnerable receiving parents, explains Philip Hunter

Court of Appeal departs from ‘blind application’ of equal sharing principle

Couples may take more relaxed attitude towards pre-nuptial agreements

Ditch the ‘soulless initials’ and give children a voice

Judges hold the key to unlocking the potential of children in the family justice system, writes Matthew Rogers