Lesley Smythe explores how FDR hearings have become an increasingly effective mechanism in family law, offering a more decisive, cost-effective and less adversarial approach
Charlotte Image-Flower addresses the progress and challenges in addressing domestic abuse in family courts
Greg Almond and Julie Walker provide an update on the Ockenden Review and the level of progress being made to address the failings within maternity services
Rosamond McDowell discusses the Law Commission’s supplementary consultation on electronic Wills
Amy Langford unravels the complexities of international divorces, illuminating the nuanced legal challenges involved.
Adam Maguire looks at how an inheritance can be kept separate from matrimonial assets.
Dishonest, unqualified and incompetent will writers are costing people millions in extra tax, causing significant distress and leaving grieving families to deal with the financial and emotional consequences of bad advice.
Leora Taratula-Lyons examines recent case law on how costs are awarded in financial remedy proceedings following divorce.