Autism and Child Arrangement Disputes

Louise Desrosiers, Barrister, of Lamb Building describes the issues which need to be considered in child arrangement disputes involving children who are on the autism spectrum.

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Early Neutral Evaluation of cohabitation and Inheritance Act disputes

In Seals v Williams [2015] EWHC 1829 (Ch), concerning an Inheritance Act dispute, Norris J noted, 'An attempt at mediation has largely stalled because of the differing perceptions of the issues and of the strength of the respective arguments.'

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Legal Parenthood: Modern Problems, Old Solutions – A review of The HFEA (A and Others) [2015] EWHC 2602

Deirdre Fottrell QC, 1 Garden Court Chambers, and Jemma Dally, Partner, Goodman Ray LLP, explain the factual background and legal issues involved in the President’s recent judgment in The Matter of the HFEA (A and Others).

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International Relocation: less ‘Payne’ – more pain?

Anita Mehta, barrister at Crown Office Row, Brighton, considers the implications of Re F (A Child) (International Relocation Cases) [2015] EWCA Civ 882 to the jurisprudence in respect of international relocation cases and private law generally.

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Court of Protection Update (September 2015)

Sally Bradley and Julia Townend, barristers of 4 Paper Buildings, focus on the applicable law and procedure pertaining to reporting restriction orders in the Court of Protection generally and further to the recent judgment in A Healthcare NHS Trust v P & Q.

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Finance & Divorce Update September 2015

Edward Heaton, Principal Associate and Jane Booth, Associate, both of Mills & Reeve LLP analyse the news and case law relating to financial remedies and divorce during August 2015.

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Where do the boundaries lie? MN (ADULT) [2015] EWCA Civ 411

Sir James Munby, President of the Court of Protection, provided clear guidance as to the nature of the Court of Protection’s jurisdiction, and the approach that should be adopted when a care provider is unwilling to provide, or to fund, the care sought.

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Children Public Law Update (September 2015)

John Tughan QC of 4 Paper Buildings reviews recent judgments of significance to child care lawyers.

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