As is customary at this time of year, I thought I would do a short series of posts reviewing some of the most important developments in family law over the last twelve months. It’s certainly been a busy time...
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The family law system is undergoing the “most radical reforms in a lifetime”, according to a senior judge.
In a recently published statement, Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division, said ongoing reforms to family justice in the UK were “nothing short of revolutionary”.
Sir Nicholas Wall has announced plans to retire as President of the Family Division from December 1 due to ill health.
The Family Division is part of the High Court of Justice in England and Wales. The President is the most senior family law judge in the two countries.
I wrote about the possible outcome of the Kernott v Jones case yesterday after reading the Court of Appeal judgment in the case, and noting Lord Justice Jacob’s dissenting judgment. I couldn’t see any reason to fault his argument, which made a lot of sense.
External relocation: when a parent wishes to move overseas with a child, what rules apply? By guest blogger Laura Guillon.
If a relationship breaks down and there are children involved, what rules are applied to cases when one parent wishes to move with the children to another country? In this post, we will be looking at the rules – and how they could change in the …
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