Marriage & Civil partnership

Dead-end divorce fees

The government's latest tax on justice will hit separating partners - and family practitioners - hard, writes Pippa Allsop

Brexit is not in the interest of the family lawyer

Since 2001, when Brussels I regulation arrived on our shores as the first attempt to synchronise laws between EU countries, family lawyers have tended to greet each new EU convention with some hesitation and suspicion.

LAA urged to delay compulsory CCMS use

Failing government IT project risks further restricting access to justice, says Resolution

Shifting the weight of your experience: Becoming a family mediator

Austin Chessell shares his experience of moving into the field of family mediation and the challenges and liabilities involved

Innovative family court saves taxpayers money

Criminal courts could benefit from FDAC approach , says Centre for Justice Innovation

New guidance seeks to prevent local authority misuse of care system

Charity aims to address confusion over heavily criticised section 20 powers

Fact-finding hearings in the health and social context

Laura Davidson considers the need for fact-finding in mental health cases, which was explored for the first time recently in AM v Partnerships in Care