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Substantive certificates for family work issued after 1 May 2016 will have a £5,000 cost limitation as standard
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.
Do you have clients who are locked in a bitter court battle over the arrangements for their children? Are you looking for a more constructive way forward, within the court system, without having to put your client through the stress of a fully contested trial? If so, help could be at hand.
The Family Law Arbitration Scheme is to be extended to disputes concerning parental responsibility
New guidance to clarify expectations on local authorities for children looked after under s20 of the Children Act 1989
Gavin Ward discusses how, as a family lawyer, you can grow your online reputation, sell yourself, acquire new clients from the internet and ultimately succeed online.
Members of the Family Section Advisory Group share what they have learned in 2016 and what they’ll be focusing on in the year ahead.