Archive of: July, 2020
21 July 2020
Cafcass notes that in many circumstances it is essential for a child to see a Family Court Adviser in-person,
20 July 2020
The recent report aimed to assess the risk of harm to children and parents in private law children cases
19 July 2020
The NSPCC and Children’s Society have called on the Government for more help.
18 July 2020
Improving access to family legal services has long been a goal for ensuring a fairer and more just legal system. Delays and costs can unfortunately hinder many accessing the legal support they need.
17 July 2020
The recent case of S v H  EWFC B16 has given all family law practitioners a chance to re-assess prenuptial agreements. This includes considering what is fair and just in light of divorce or separation, particularly when one client/party may become bankrupt or insolvent.
16 July 2020
A first glimpse at our new expansive office space in Canterbury, also located at the innovation centre - perfect for social distancing!
15 July 2020
A new bright location for efficient and economical family dispute resolution.
Recent case G v T  EWHC 1613 (Fam) looks determining the value of businesses as assets when deciding maintenance
14 July 2020
Deciding how equity and assets will be split following a separation and divorce case can be a stressful experience for all. Spousal and child maintenance, pension division and future changes to support arrangements all need to be taken into account to give a fair solution to all.
13 July 2020
The prime minister has announced £142m to digitally upgrade and maintain around 100 courts as part of a £5bn coronavirus recovery plan.
Separating couple/ divorce case review - Should English or Scottish courts decide maintenance arrangements?
12 July 2020
A recent case has involved an appeal concerning the interpretation of the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments (Maintenance) Regulations 2011.