Category: Family Law

Family Justice Council Releases Guide for Litigants in Person

Family Justice Council Releases Guide for Litigants in Person

Cuts to legal aid provision have led to an increasing number of people appearing as litigants in person, especially in the family courts and most particularly in divorce cases. The Family Justice Council have...

Family Law Reforms From the Queens Speech

Family Law Reforms From the Queens Speech

The recent Queen’s Speech contained a number of key reforms for various areas of the law. In particular, the speech unveiled a set of proposals aimed at reforming family law. The biggest set of...

Changes to the Child Arrangements Programme

Changes to the Child Arrangements Programme

The President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, has announced that the CAP orders for private law children proceedings are to be changed. In an announcement dated 21st January 2016, he wrote: In...

Find the Best Law Firm for Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

Find the Best Law Firm for Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

Buying a home is, doubtlessly, one of the biggest investments to make. It takes more than a suitcase full of cash to buy a new home and transfer all your belongings to your new...

7 Point Prenuptial Protection Plan

What needs to be considered for a Marriage Contract? As a result of 2 decisions by the Court of Appeal (Radmacher) and Privy Council (MacLeod), it is possible to protect your assets in the...

Divorce or Annulment – but which one?

Annulment or Divorce? If you have reached the end, and don’t know which way to turn, you might be contemplating a divorce. But wait, is it a divorce you are looking for or can you obtain an annulment?...

Social Media – Join the Party

Where it’s @ Paradigm Family Law are to be the new hosts of #UKBusinessHour on twitter. From 6 August, and every first Thursday we will host the business networking hour from 8pm to 9pm...

Are we married yet?

I declare you ‘Husband and Wife’ In the recently reported case of N v D [2015] EWFC 28, the Court had to consider the validity of a foreign marriage ceremony which took place in Nigeria...

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