Family Law in the Supreme Court in 2018: In the matter of C (Children) [2018] UKSC 8

Ali Alrazak, a law lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton, revisits some of the Supreme Court judgments that have impacted areas of family law in 2018. Today: In the matter of C (Children) [2018] UKSC 8.

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International Forum on Online Courts London, December 2018: an international family lawyer’s perspective

Professor David Hodson OBE MICArb, Partner, The International Family Law Group, provides a family lawyer’s perspective of the matters arising at the inaugural International Forum on Online Courts.

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Remedial order permitting single applicants to apply for parental orders now in force

Olivia Stiles looks at the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 (Remedial) Order 2018, which came into force on 3 January and permits single applicants to apply for Parental Orders in respect of their biological children born through surrogacy.

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The Thwaite Jurisdiction – No Longer the Last Reserve of the Desperate?

Joseph Rainer, barrister, Queen Elizabeth Building examines the use of the Thwaite jurisdiction in relation to the court’s power to revisit financial remedy orders by analysing the relevant case law and using some fictitious practical case studies.

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Potential use of share options in divorce settlements

Trevor Slack, a partner at Griffins and former principal at Charles River Associates, discusses an approach that may be taken in valuing a family business in divorce proceedings.

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Opinion: The UK will be ready for a no deal Brexit in family law

iFLG partner David Hodson argues the UK is prepared and ready to leave the EU in the event of no deal in the family law context.

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Financial Remedy & Divorce Update, January 2019

Rose-Marie Drury, Senior Associate, and Sue Brookes, Principal Associate, Mills & Reeve LLP analyse the news and case law relating to financial remedies and divorce during December 2018.

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Balancing the rights of domestic abuse victims and alleged abusers in court

Should a court allow a potential perpetrator of domestic abuse, when they are acting in person, to cross-examine their alleged victim?

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Financial Remedy & Divorce Update, December 2018

Naomi Shelton, Associate, Mills & Reeve LLP considers the important news and case law relating to financial remedies and divorce which arose late last year.

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