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Top Ten Myths in International Family Law

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about international family law issues. Here is our top 10:

Brexit and international child relocation


The UK has voted to leave the European Union. This decision will have many unforeseen consequences for the UK.  But what might be the implications for parents and their children wishing now to leave the UK? 

iFLG sets up Brexit family law helpdesk

The International Family Law Group LLP (iFLG) have today launched a free Brexit family law helpdesk to provide information for family lawyers here and abroad and those involved in family court proceedings about the impact of Brexit on family law.

Brexit and national family law

This note sets out some preliminary reflections on the impact on domestic, national family law of the UK voting to leave the EU.

Brexit and international family law

This note sets out some preliminary reflections on the impact on international family law of the UK voting, by a close majority, to leave the EU.

Scotland Decides: The Impact of Independence on Anglo Scottish Families and Family Law

What if Scotland decides on 18th September to vote for independence? No one will decide on family law reasons. But what might be some family law implications for the Union and for Anglo Scottish families of which there are very many?

iFLG's Top Ten Recommendations in International Family Law

The International Family Law Group LLP­is a specialist family law firm looking after the interests of international families and their children.

By virtue of their connections with other countries international families may face particular issues on relationship breakdown, here are are our top 10 international family law reccomendations:

Internal relocation on the slow boat to the Orkneys

At a time when international travel can be easier and quicker than within national boundaries, can there be any justification for different criteria in law for a relocation of a child with a primary caring parent internally or internationally? This was the issue and challenge for the English Court of Appeal in Re F (2010) EWCA 1428.