A pilot divorce administration system, under which contested financial remedy proceedings are ‘de-linked’ from the main divorce proceedings has proved a success, reports Tony Roe.
The Law Society has issued a practice note for family practitioners intending to set up or provide advice at a court duty scheme for private law family cases.
Soraya Pascoe discusses how she handled an LiP giving evidence against her client in the Family Court, and the steps she took to keep proceedings on an even keel.
The Family Law Arbitration Scheme is to be extended to disputes concerning parental responsibility
The Law Society’s Library lists precedents for a deed varying the terms of a consent order
An application that an arbitral award be made an order of the court has been allowed
Family law arbitration will soon be extended to children matters
The Supreme Court unanimously allows the appeals in the landmark Sharland and Gohil cases
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Family Section membership, David Salter and Philip Way provide guidance on the methods of accessing pension funds, the implications on pension sharing and the red flags to watch out for
Less than four months after the last round of fee increases for civil claims, the government has opened a consultation on a further round of significant rises