05 June 2020
Elisabeth Andrews reviews the judgment in A Local Authority v The Mother and Ors  EWHC 1233 (Fam).
04 June 2020
Matthew Fletcher considers two recent decisions and analyses whether common threads that emerge could assist practitioners in advising clients and making submissions to the court as to whether a case is suitable to be heard remotely.
25 November 2019
The Court of Appeal clarifies that the inherent jurisdiction is not available where the 1996 Hague Convention applies. Eleri Jones considers the implications of the decision.
03 October 2018
Katherine Dunseath and Joanne Wescott examine the Supreme Court decision in Mills v Mills, and the approach to variation of periodical payments subsequent to a capital order.
16 August 2018
Louise MacLynn, Sharon Segal and Olivia Magennis consider the implications of the judgment for local authorities, parents and their legal advisers in Williams v The London Borough of Hackney.
29 June 2018
Family analysis: What factors should parties take into consideration in identifying realistic placement options for a child at the start of care proceedings?
28 June 2018
Gemma Kelly and Nina Hansen, partner at Freemans Solicitors, examine the decision in A Local Authority v US and Others (in which
they represented the mother) and its practical implications.
01 February 2018
Eleri Jones contributed to "Divorce jurisdiction after Brexit" (February 2017)
01 October 2017
A paper submitted to the UK Government setting out the options available in respect of ...
24 March 2017
The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from October 2016 to March 2017
28 June 2016
Although only two months since our last newsletter much of note has happened. In the following articles Joint Head of...
20 June 2016
Welcome. I am delighted to introduce this first newsletter of 2016; shorter than its predecessors, we hope to produce them more frequently.