Marriage & Civil partnership

Family update

Austin Chessell advises practitioners on how to best classify, promote and grow the recognition of mediatio

Non-legally trained mediators: a Tour de Farce?

Mediation in family disputes is a threat to justice, believes Marily

£100m legal aid shortfall for family lawyers

Solicitors and barristers will need to adapt and innovate as fee

Court refers just 2 per cent of parties to mediation

Family lawyers should be 'incentivised' by government to refer clients t

Instant injustice

We need more than fine words and ‘fine-tuning’ for family law reform, says Marily

Throwing the baby out with the bathwater

We are beginning to see the adverse impact of cost savings in family law disputes, says District Judge Tace

Criminalising forced marriage presents new challenges

Reporting the crime is only the first step and those working in the field will need to ensure victims receive as much support as possible throughout the legal process, says Hanish