We have had numerous enquiries about arbitration, particularly in light of the imminent expansion in scope of the IFLA children arbitration scheme to permit an accredited arbitrator to determine temporary and permanent leave to remove applications to many foreign jurisdictions (for more, download the Lexis Nexis article)
It has become clear from enquiries that it is not generally known that arbitrators may make determinations in suitable cases on consideration of the papers alone.
We are attaching a leaflet about our Chambers arbitration service in case this is of interest. We had planned to launch this later in the year but in light of recent developments we are offering the service immediately and attached are full details in case this is of interest (you can download an explanation of our Family Arbitration Scheme)
We are committed to supporting the continued operation of the Family Justice System in a safe way, and to helping you to reduce the impact of the current crisis on you and your clients.
Please do contact us to discuss how we can assist you on 020 7797 7900 or at email@example.comIGC Family Arbitration Scheme Lexis Nexis Arbitration Article