Time for English cohabitation law to come into the 21st century

A well crafted article by Kate Brooks concerning matters of money post separation

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How a Government could reverse family breakdown

This well crafted Report by The Centre for Social Justice makes very sobering reading - revealing the inconvenient truth that Britain is now a World leader when it comes to family breakdown - painting a very dire picture of Britain today.

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Do I need a lawyer to sort out arrangements for my children?

An excellent article by Nick Wiseman. As stated, where children are concerned, getting the right sort of professional advice matters.

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Dispute resolution hub set for Wales?

What a very welcome initiative, especially in the field of relationship breakdown involving children.

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Clarifying 'financial needs

Here's an interesting development. The Family Justice Council propose guidelines setting out a framework on matters of property and finance.

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Less than satisfactory evidence

It is always encouraging to hear of Judges making a stand against shabby procedure and less than satisfactory evidence, presented by those upon whom they are supposed to rely for probity and fact, concerning children’s welfare.

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Cinderella Law

The English amongst us will have heard of a new facet of child protection. It's nickname is 'Cinderella Law'. If it comes in how will this affect our work with divorcing parents?

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Parenting Guidelines

Iif this is the Court expectation, why not work it out by agreement or via mediation-type services here and now?